‘Malcolm in the Middle’ star Frankie Muniz sells Phoenix home for $3.2M
PHOENIX — Another big-name actor has sold his Valley home for a nice chunk of change.
Former “Malcolm in the Middle” star Frankie Muniz has sold his Phoenix-area home for a cool $3.2 million, a press release announced on Friday.
The home, located at 2100 E. Missouri Avenue, was first put on the market exactly a year ago for $3.5 million. Muniz, according to the press release, owned the property for several years before putting it up for sale.
The buyer, who was not named, purchased the home with cash back in late November and plans to renovate it.
But this new homeowner has plenty of room to renovate: The home is 5,300-square-feet with four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
It has a bungalow design with some original and some restored finishes.
The home has a farmhouse-style kitchen with stainless steel appliances, floating open shelving and an island. The family room has floor-to-ceiling windows, while the dining room has hand-painted floors and an exposed beam ceiling.
After a long day, the home’s new owner can head to their own suite, complete with dual baths, a relaxation room and a boutique-style closet.
Guests will also have their own suites that include private bathrooms and sitting areas.
The home also has a bocce ball court and a prayer garden.
The home is just one of Muniz’s recent sales in the Valley. This year, the former “Dancing With The Stars” contestant put a Scottsdale home on the market for the second time in two years, this time for $2.4 million.
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