Television personality Ryan Fey, who co-hosts the new Food Network show “Comfort Food Tour,” has listed his home in Picfair Village for sale at $989,000. (Jeffrey Ong / PostRAIN Productions)
There’s a new menu item in Picfair Village. The home of Ryan Fey, co-host of the new Food Network series “Comfort Food Tour,” has come on the market in the tree-lined neighborhood for $989,000.
The 1925 Spanish-style bungalow has been updated and preserved to maintain its “Old Hollywood” ambiance. Among period details are coved ceilings, a Batchelder art tile fireplace and Palladian-style picture windows in the living room. The kitchen is outfitted with an antique white O’Keefe and Merritt stove.
The 1,034-square-foot living space also includes a formal dining room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. A converted garage with French doors and a kitchenette provides additional live-work space.
Outside, there’s decking and a flagstone patio topped by a mature elm tree. A fire pit and conversation area sits adjacent to the deck.
Deborah Weiss and Todd Miller of Keller Williams Realty hold the listing.
Fey is the co-founder of the L.A.-based indie ad agency Omelet. Last year, he was a winner of the Guy Fieri competition series “Guy’s Big Project,” which sought to find the next big culinary travel show. As a result of the show, Fey and Mark Anderson had their show, “The Grill Dads,” greenlit for the entire season on the Food Network.