Bobby Moresco, American producer, screenwriter, director and actor, who is credited for films such as 10th & Wolf and Crash, is selling his Toluca Lake home. The property is featured in the Los Angeles Times. Rodeo Realty’s Scott and Lisa Sorrentino are the listing agents.
The single-story Traditional home comes with a total of five bedrooms and four bathrooms and a full guest house. Built in 1942, the renovated property features wide-plank French oak floors, recessed and pendant fixtures, wainscoting and beadboard siding. Additional features include a chef’s catering kitchen with three ovens and fireplaces in the dining and living areas.
Outdoors, there’s a spa and waterfall, a spa-inspired bath with a wet room, a footed tub with a rain shower, a covered loggia with an approximately 100 inch projection screen, an outdoor kitchen, lush greenery, multiple patio seating areas, and a swimmers pool.
4231 National Avenue is offered at $1,748,000. For more information on this property, click HERE. You can also view a video on the home below.
Thanks to a scholarship and a generous donation made by Rodeo Realty’s Jay Geisenheimer, one former William McKinley Elementary School student is now a step closer in achieving her dreams of higher education.
On May 12, John Burroughs High School student Maddy Weerts was awarded the McKinley Alumni Scholarship in front of several 5th grade students who attend McKinley Elementary School. Also in attendance were Scholarship Chair and mother of this year’s recipient Suzanne Weerts, Mayor of Burbank Jess Talamantes, former Mayor Marsha Ramos, and Jay Geisenheimer.
“This is full circle for me as Suzanne brought me in as a donor 6 years ago,” said Geisenheimer. “Maddy well deserved this award as she is beautiful, intelligent, composed and cool.”
The scholarship, created in 2007, is meant to help a McKinley Alumni student and inspire current McKinley students to aim high in their own educational efforts. This year’s McKinley Alumni Scholarship was for $1500. The money was raised partly by students at McKinley and donations contributed by Alumni and Geisenheimer.
The Burbank Rancho Resident has been a major contributor to the McKinley Alumni Scholarship for the past six years. She’s helped Weerts and several other students continue their educations with her generous donations.
Proving that Burbank is a horse town, Rodeo Realty Studio City agent and equestrian estates director Jay Geisenheimer was featured in an article in the California Horsetrader. The Burbank Rancho is a place where those who love horses can enjoy trail riding and take advantage of many local boarding and training stables. The area also features many horse shows and events taking place at the nearby Los Angeles Equestrian Center.
In the article, Jay discusses, the value of local real estate as well as the sense of neighborliness in the Burbank Rancho area. In the article Jay says: “Although around half the Rancho is non-equestrian used properties, the presence of horses brings a country aura to the community. The Rancho has a small-town feeling. Residents know each other by their horses’ names and the camaraderie is tremendous.” Jay also discussed the value of property in the Rancho area, noting that property values have soared.
Rodeo Realty Equestrian Estates Director Jay Geisenheimer has been named to serve as a director for the Burbank Board of Realtors. She will be on the Board of Directors for 2014 and 2015 and is being installed at a luncheon on December 5. She has also served on the Legislative Committee and the Education Committee, bringing in some very good education classes to the association with the help of Rodeo Realty Studio City Manager Wendy Cox.