“Heroes” Producer Selling Quirky House

It's always interesting getting an inside peek at one's home and interior design tastes through listing photos. In fact, the listing photos of Jesse Alexander, co-executive producer of Heroes, is truly no exception. Alexander, who just listed his Sherman Oaks pad for $2.1 million, certainly has some far out tastes, which include a papier-mâché wart hog head, polka-dotted lamp shades, and definitely no lack of zebra stripes or patterned rugs. View the listing.

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It's always interesting getting an inside peek at one's home and interior design tastes through listing photos. In fact, the listing photos of Jesse Alexander, co-executive producer of <I>Heroes</i>, is truly no exception. Alexander, who just listed his Sherman Oaks pad for $2.1 million, certainly has some far out tastes, which include a papier-mâché wart hog head, polka-dotted lamp shades, and definitely no lack of zebra stripes or patterned rugs. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Sherman-Oaks/14205-Valley-Vista-Blvd-91423/home/4840361" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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Alexander's 1964 pad looks like quite a run-of-the-mill Cape Code style estate from the outside. The listing even denotes that its warm exterior aesthetic makes it feel like a Hamptons beach house.
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A view of the kitchen and adjoining family room space that features a vaulted ceiling and milk chocolate hardwood floors that run throughout the pad.
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The family room includes one of many patterned rugs in the spread, a large brown leather sofa, and a shiny white laminate and stainless steel coffee table. The zebra-striped chair and honeycomb-patterned curtains fulfill the zany-factor in the room.
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Head on over to the living room where one can watch movies when not reading from the many books lined up on the floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves.
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The screen even retracts, revealing the double doors that lead out to the private balcony.
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While many homes boast animal trophy heads hanging above the mantel or fireplace, how many of these trophy heads are papier-mache like this one?
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A look at the white-washed kitchen that boasts white marble counter tops.
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The kitchen space features an all-white breakfast banquette with a white leather bench seat.
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The producer's formal dining room features the same black and white theme as in the kitchen. This room includes a very large farmhouse dining table, and five funky polka-dotted lamp shades, extended from the ceiling by what looks like decorative metal pipes.
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The 4,399-square-foot house even has a huge room dedicated to games and pinball machines.
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Alexander has not only produced hit shows like <I>Heroes</i>, <I>Lost</i>, and <I>Alias</i>, but he's also helped develop various video games, which certainly explains why his house boasts an entire wall lined with video game consoles and pinball machines.
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Apple-user Alexander snatched up this home in late August 2002 for $1.125 million.
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There are five bedrooms in the crib. The kids rooms are just as colorful and chock full of patterns and quirky designs as the rest of the house.
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A view of one of the kids rooms in the multi-talented producer's spread.
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The home features five bathrooms.
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The kid-friendly abode is situated on .43 acres in Sherman Oaks, CA. There's a large grassy play yard, perfect for little ones to get the wiggles out.
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While the kiddos play around, the adult-set can sit back and relax in the outdoor gardens and patios that surround the <I>Better Homes and Gardens Magazine</i> featured home.
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A look at Alexander's home office. Look closely and you'll see two Emmy statues situated on the shelf behind his desk.
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The outdoor space comes complete with a lagoon-style pool and spa that even has a waterfall. Numerous lounging patios and cabana areas surround the kid-safe swimming pool.
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