Fans of The League and Togetherness have already fallen for actor, director and producer Mark Duplass, who - along with his brother, Jay - has taken the indie world by storm since the siblings released their first feature film, The Puffy Chair.
In a Rolling Stone feature on the duo, the magazine referred to the Duplass brothers as "Hollywood's most low-key power players." But despite their down-to-earth approach, the status they've quietly gained has its perks - one of which is a castle fit for an (indie) king.
Hence the $4.4-million house that Mark and his The League costar and wife, Katie Aselton, reportedly snapped up in Los Angeles's trendy Silver Lake neighbourhood - which has also been home to stars like James Franco, Fred Armisen and Zachary Quinto, and voted the hippest neighbourhood in the United States by Forbes.
The sweeping, hillside mansion is a beautiful tapestry of wood, stucco and glass, with many interior room wrapped completely (ceilings, walls and floors) with rich, amber-hued slats of wood. Boasting six bedrooms and six baths, the airy space is perfect for the couple and their two children, with plenty of outdoor space and a pool that looks out over Los Angeles.
Other cool features? A game room, gym and guest suite - plus a built-in fish tank connecting the library with one of a few living rooms where husband and wife can comfortably read lines from upcoming episodes of The League.