Back to his roots! Born in a rural hippie commune, it’s hardly a surprise that Orange Is the New Black alum Pablo Schreiber gravitated to the artsy enclave of Topanga, Calif., when house-hunting four years ago.
The 43-year-old settled on a $1.94 million secluded spread for himself and his two young sons, Timoteo and Dante — which he’s now looking to shed for a major profit. (The four-bed, six-bath abode is listed for $3.995 million!)
With his career going from strength to strength, it’s no surprise the jet-setting star made few changes to the 1940s-built residence during his tenure: He left relics like the kitchen’s bespoke wood cabinetry and a guest bedroom’s cheetah carpeting — installed by the previous owner — in place.
Clocking in at 4,550 square feet, the biggest selling points of the property are actually on the outside: A gravel patio boasts a stone fireplace and a natural waterfall that gurgles over an ancient cave, while elsewhere on the nearly 1-acre grounds, there’s a babbling brook and sweeping sycamore trees.
Off the grid: The three-story structure is completely invisible from the street. Though the tranquil compound previously passed through the hands of an actor and an interior designer, it was turned into a rehab center before Schreiber bought it.
The musical instrument-filled family room, centered around a huge river-stone fireplace, is the perfect place for cozy gatherings and sing-a-longs.
“A few of my favorite things,” the actor captioned this father-son snap taken in the ground floor’s eat-in kitchen, just off of the living room.
Gleaming white countertops not your thing? The kitchen features rough-cut stone walls, reclaimed wood cabinets and commercial-grade appliances.
The Law & Order: SVU star's master suite comes with a custom walk-in closet, and a separate standing shower and sunken jacuzzi tub.
One of the bathrooms is outfitted with boho appropriate tiles, light fixtures and curtains.
Now that’s a man cave! Tucked off of the main bedroom is a private sitting area with a tiled wood burning fireplace.
What an entrance! Guests access the villa via the second story patio, which appears to sit in the canopies of the surrounding oak and eucalyptus trees.
A strong setup! Schreiber converted the guest house into a gym and installed a sauna with a combo hot tub/cold plunge.
Thanks to a luxe domed tent, the Wire alum — who spent his childhood in rugged British Columbia — can go glamping in his own backyard!
“It sure feels good to get to come home to my little oasis,” Schreiber said of his digs, joking that he lives “in the jungle.”