Ben Feldman, who stars in the popular sitcom “Superstore,” just listed his mid-century home in LA’s Runyon Canyon Park neighborhood for $1.489 million that he shares with his wife, actress Michelle Mulitz. The couple have owned the home since 2009 when they purchased it for $1.14 million.

The 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home sits on a quiet and secluded cul-de-sac. All 2,000 square feet are oozing with natural light thanks to the home’s highly coveted open floor plan and high exposed-beam ceilings. The renovated gourmet kitchen is outfitted with marble counters, wood cabinets with glass panels, and updated stainless steel appliances. It is separated from the formal dining area by a work island with a two-stool snack bar, and leads into the back patio through French doors.

The exposed wood beam ceiling continues into the sizeable master bedroom along with hardwood floors, and features a massive walk-in closet a la Carrie Bradshaw, as well as a spa-like sanctuary in the ensuite. An office space with built-in bookshelves joins a guest bedroom with its own separate entrance. A second bedroom on the upper level features a desk area, ensuite bathroom, sitting area, and walk-in closet.

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The outdoors are just as magnificent as the interior with an outdoor kitchen and entertaining areas amidst lush gardens. The deck is partly covered with a shading trellis and includes a built-in cooking area. A steep hillside landscape provides the backdrop for the home and features plenty of rich plants.

The recent listing comes just after Feldman and his wife snagged a new home in the Loz Feliz neighborhood of LA, which they bought from comedian Joel McHale for $2.55 million. The home somewhat mimics the place they’ve just listed, as both are mid-century properties situated on cul-de-sacs. Their new abode, on the other hand, has a square footage comparable to their recent listing.

The couple’s new 3,500-square-foot home sits on one-third of an acre with spectacular views of the canyon from the living room window. The 1940s-built two-story home is tucked behind gates and tall hedges for the ultimate in privacy, and a traditional brick walkway leads to a red front door. The entrance opens up into a hallway with a staircase at the end of it which leads to an open concept on the upper level.

The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home is renovated inside, and features a family room, dining room, office, and den. In the backyard is an expansive outdoor entertaining and lounging area complete with blue tiling and a crackling fireplace to complete the mood. Just outside the home’s outdoor area are various hiking trails for the couple to enjoy together.

McHale purchased the home nine years ago for $1.88 million.

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