SNL’s Colin Jost Lists Duplex, a Wallace Neff House for Grabs in Beverly Hills, and More Real Estate News

From high-profile design commissions to exciting listings, there is always something new happening in the world of real estate. In this roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.

On the Market

Colin Jost lists West Village duplex

Now that he’s a family man, Saturday Night Live’s head writer is ditching his 1,400-square-foot West Village bachelor pad. Colin Jost has listed his Horatio Street garden duplex with Noble Black for $2.5 million, a significant bump from the $1.77 million he paid for it a decade ago.

Dating to 1929, the charming two-bedroom has a cottage-y vibe, with a wood-burning fireplace, French doors, and lots of exposed brick. Outside, a private courtyard patio can convert into an alfresco screening room with a pre-wired projector screen.

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The main floor houses a combined living-dining area and a narrow kitchen with canary-yellow cabinetry and a faience tile backsplash, as well as a guest suite with a claw-foot tub at the foot of the bed. Down a spiral staircase are the main bedroom and a second living room with direct access to the patio. 

Jost and superstar wife Scarlett Johansson still have a half-dozen other homes between them, according to Dirt, including two places in the Hamptons and Johansson’s four-bedroom house in pastoral Snedens Landing, New York, where they got married in October 2020.

The real Elm Street house is available just in time for Halloween

1428 North Genesee Avenue might not ring any bells, but the three-bedroom Dutch Colonial is instantly recognizable to horror fans as the façade featured in Wes Craven’s 1984 masterpiece, A Nightmare on Elm Street. Located in Hollywood’s Spaulding Square neighborhood, the three-bedroom home is listed for $3.25 million with Heather T. Roy and Learka Bosnak of Douglas Elliman.

Lacking palm trees and other coastal clues, Spaulding Square has often been used as a shooting location to depict areas outside Southern California. Constructed in 1919, the Genesee Avenue home made the perfect stand-in for 1428 Elm Street in Nightmare’s fictional Springwood, Ohio. It was last purchased in 2013 for $2.1 million by Hustlers director Lorene Scafaria.

Although the home got a major renovation in the mid 2000s, the façade looks much like it did when Freddy Krueger came knocking. The bright red front door has been painted black, but the portico is still covered in those iconic green shingles. That’s where the similarities end, though. “Inside, it’s a beautiful traditional-style space with a modern twist,” Bosnak told the Los Angeles Times.

On the main level, walnut flooring weaves through oversized archways to a retro kitchen, grand main suite, and a terrace leading outside to the swimming pool and landscaped grounds. Across the property, a detached guest house has its own kitchen, designer bathroom, and pergola-topped patio.

Bosnak and Roy are leaning into the property’s spooky history: They’ll be giving out candy to trick-or-treaters, and bids on the house are due by midnight on Halloween.

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