5 Things You Need to Know About Joel McHale's $2.4M L.A. Home

  • Dining room

    Dining room

  • Family room

    Family room

  • Eat-in kitchen

    Eat-in kitchen

"Community" funny man Joel McHale is selling his home in Los Angeles for the serious sum of $2,395,000, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Although we still miss his weekly look at trashy television on "The Soup," McHale will be starring in the upcoming sitcom "The Great Indoors" on CBS.

We counted up five things you should know about his luxe home in the Los Feliz neighborhood.

1. It's been renovated top to bottom

The 1940s traditional-style residence got a major refresh thanks to McHale's wife, Sarah Williams, and designer Elizabeth Gordon. The remodel includes a chef's kitchen with "top-of-the-line appliances."

"There wasn't a surface that we did not touch. We redid everything," McHale told the Reporter.

2. It's near nature

The address comes with its own private, gated entry into Griffith Park, which boasts hiking trails and celeb sightings. Oh, and rattlesnake sightings. McHale claims he once had a run-in with a rattler in his backyard.

3. There's tamer outdoor entertaining

If hiking and rattlesnakes aren't your thing, not to worry. The spiffy spot also features stunning outdoor entertaining space with bluestone patios, a fireplace, and a staircase. McHale jokes that his kids have taken a tumble or two on the steep property but stopped "just before hitting the retaining wall."

4. Above it all

The home is "ideally located" at the top of a flat cul-de-sac above the street that affords its A-list residents plenty of privacy.

5. A posh property

The 3,500-square-foot home features a two-story entry, a formal living room with canyon views, a formal dining room, a family room, an office, a den, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two half-baths.