Actress Nancy Kulp’s Former Los Angeles Home Hits the Market for $2 Million

Fresh on the market and overlooking the San Fernando Valley is the former Los Angeles home of the late actress and comedian Nancy Kulp, best remembered for her role as Jane Hathaway in the CBS sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies.

Listed for just shy of $2 million, the Studio City residence was originally built back in 1946 and has been given an extensive overhaul in the years since. According to the listing, which is held by broker Yana Barenek of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, the single-story abode features three bedrooms and two bathrooms in a modest 1,436 square feet of living space. It also comes with permits for a casita, or a flexible space that can be used as an office or even a yoga studio.

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The living room is adorned with wood-beamed vaulted ceiling and a whitewashed brick fireplace.

Nestled on Laurelwood Drive, Kulp’s former pad is positioned behind gates on a roughly 13,895-square-foot lot at the end of a long, semi-private driveway. In fact, it’s right next door to the former home of Kurt Russell (The Thing, Escape From New York) and down the block from where Henry Winkler (Happy Days, Barry) once lived. The exterior of the property is dotted with mature trees for extra privacy. Plus, there’s a pathway flanked by waterfalls on both sides leading up to the entry.

“The residence feels like a secluded, peaceful sanctuary in the heart of the city,” notes the listing. Inside, the revamped spread comprises vaulted beam ceilings, hardwood floors, whitewashed walls, tons of natural stone, and glass windows and doors galore to amplify the mountain views. The kitchen is decked out with designer fixtures, custom white cabinets, and top-of-the-line appliances. There’s also an adjacent family room with a large fireplace, a six-person dining room, and a lavish primary suite with access to an outdoor deck.

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A sprawling deck has sweeping views of the mountains over the San Fernando Valley.

The grounds have also been transformed and now include a huge, sun-splashed deck with a pergola for shade, a garden with automated irrigation, an EV charging port, and off-street parking for up to five cars.

Kulp, who died in 1991 at the age of 69 after battling cancer, got her start on My Three Sons in 1962. In 1967, she nabbed an Emmy nomination for her role as Mr. Drysdale’s secretary, Miss Jane Hathaway, and appeared on The Beverly Hillbillies for nine seasons until the show was canceled in 1971.

Click here to see all the photos of Nancy Kulp’s former L.A. home. 

Nancy Kulp los angeles house
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