Dan Harmon made a fortune after creating Rick and Morty. He spent much of that on buying an expensive home in Valley Village, Los Angeles, California. And now, he’s set to expand his real estate portfolio with another sprawling home from his current neighborhood.
He recently purchased not one but two homes belonging to his neighbors worth a whopping $5.2 million. The new properties include a Spanish hacienda-style mansion that spans more than 6,000 square feet along with another residence that Harmon earlier bought for $2.5 million.
In all, the producer’s three Valley Village homes feature about 12,000 square feet of interior living space with 16 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. As part of his latest acquisition, a big yard with a swimming pool has also been added to the residence.
The new home worth $2.7 million also brings in five bedrooms and five baths with a kitchen with quartz countertops and an attached garage with epoxy floors. The $2.5 million home that he had previously bought out includes 3,400 square feet of living space with high ceilings, bamboo floors, and premium appliances.
As for Harmon’s own residence minus the newly acquired neighbor homes – it includes bespoke interior details, a fleet of amenities, and lush gardens – all of which had cost him $3.6 million. Well, it sure pays to be the creator of an iconic sitcom!