The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun Is Selling His Hollywood Condo For $895K

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He may be known for starring in a show about a zombie apocalypse, but Steven Yeun's real-life home looks more like the setting of a bohemian fairy tale. According to Variety, Yeun bought the condo in 2012 for $710,000. Now, he and his wife, photographer Joana Pak, are listing it for $895,000, and we want to move in right away.

The cute two-story townhouse boasts three bedrooms and two and a half baths. At about 1,900 square feet, it would be a great home for another successful young couple. Chestnut floors give the downstairs a sophisticated look, while wall-to-wall carpet upstairs leaves the bedrooms feeling nice and cozy.

We're
definitely sold on the condo, but it looks like Yeun is moving on to even greener pastures. The Daily Mail reports that the 32-year-old actor just purchased a $2.3 million home in Los Feliz, which is why he's leaving the smaller gem behind.

Yeun's life is full of change at the moment. First, he shocked audiences with his recent exit from Walking Dead, and now he's moving to Los Feliz. Take a look inside the home he's leaving behind, here.

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Don't get any zombie brains on these glimmering white countertops.
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That futuristic chandelier is out of this world.
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The living room and dining room provide an interesting mix of modern and organic design aesthetics.
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Where can we get that mandala headboard?
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The master bath looks like the ideal place to clean up after a long day of fighting off zombies.
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Before his role as Glenn Rhee, Yeun was a member of the famous Chicago-based improv troupe Second City. Maybe he wrote a few comedy sketches in this study.
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Wonder if Yeun ever had a Walking Dead co-star crash in this guest room.
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You'd have a nice, safe view of the zombies from this elevated patio.
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