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The incredible mansion that the actor Kunal Nayyar bought after The Big Bang Theory

You might be surprised to learn that Kunal Nayyar , who played the hopelessly lovesick Raj Koothrappali in the sitcom The Big Bang Theory , was actually born in London, UK, but moved to the US in 1999. After landing a few small roles in NCIS, Nayyar had his lucky break with The Big Bang Theory and is now believed to have a net worth of $45 million (£34.5 million). After Big Bang, the actor starred in the popular Netflix show Criminal: UK, but he remains a California resident. Let’s take a look at his house.

Kunal Nayyar bought an isolated complex in late 2011 for just under $2.9m (£2.2m). The elegant historic home can be found in the Nichols Canyon area of ​​the Hollywood Hills and spans an impressive 4,102 square feet. During his residency, Nayyar and his wife, designer Neha Kapur, undertook a major renovation project and invited Architectural Digest inside for a guided tour in 2017.

The Big Bang Theory star’s former ranch-style home sits on just over half an acre of land and dates to the late 1940s. It features three bedrooms, a skylighted entry gallery, a spacious living room living room designed for both relaxation and large-scale entertainment, a dining room with seating for 10 guests, a kitchen with black granite countertops, and three bathrooms.

Actor Kunal Nayyar and Neha Kapur put their luxurious mansion up for sale in 2020

Each room in Kunal Nayyar’s villa benefits from magnificent period features such as wooden floors, original built-ins, elegant lighting fixtures, fireplaces and white paneled walls, not to mention large windows that flood each space with natural light. We’re obsessed with the master suite, with its endless French doors that open to a wrap-around private patio.

There are also many luxury touches on the exterior. The backyard features two separate guest villas, an exercise pavilion, and park-like grounds incorporating tree-shaded grass, plus a pool and beautiful outdoor seating areas. “If we are lucky enough, until the day we die, we will never sell this house,” Kunal Nayyar told Architectural Digest in 2017. However, in June 2020, the TV star changed his mind and put the property up for sale. sale for just under $4 million (£3.1 million).


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