Though he already owns one Los Angeles home, Shemar Moore has decided to bolster his real estate portfolio with yet another residence. Records show the popular actor—probably most known for his roles on the TV shows Criminal Minds and S.W.A.T.—recently doled out a smidge under $2.5 million for some freshly built modern digs in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Valley Village.
Tucked away on a site that once held a house dating back to the late 1940s, Moore’s newly acquired property was completed in 2023 and is nestled amid an almost quarter-acre parcel of land. Fronted by walls and gates, and securely protected by alarms and cameras, the mini-compound includes a four-bedroom, five-bath main home and separate one-bedroom, one-bath accessory dwelling unit out back with its own address—for a total of a little more than 3,100 square feet of living space.
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As for the primary quarters, the open-concept main level is highlighted by a spacious living room displaying a striking veined-marble fireplace and an oversized sliding glass door that opens to a pergola. An adjacent dining area connects to the kitchen, which is outfitted with sleek cabinetry, an eat-in island and top-tier stainless appliances.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom rests beneath a vaulted ceiling, and comes complete with a fireplace, walk-in closet, and spa-inspired bath sporting dual vanities, a freestanding oval soaking tub and glass-encased shower; and outdoors, the grassy backyard hosts a pool and spa flanked by a built-in barbecue station. There’s also a detached two-car garage on the premises.
An Oakland native with over 4 million followers on Instagram, the 53-year-old former model first rose to popularity as Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless in the ’90s, snagging a Daytime Emmy Award as “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series” in 2000. He went on to portray Derek Morgan on Criminal Minds and Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson on S.W.A.T.; and he’s also appeared in several films, including The Brothers, Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
In addition to his new Valley Village home, the eight-time NAACP Image Award winner still maintains a 9,000-square-foot spread in nearby Sherman Oaks that he bought for $5.8 million back in 2020.
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