Cartoonist couple settles in Silver Lake 3BD

Medium c6a877cc628507a04985153faca6de25 Bryan Lee O'Malley and Hope Larson bought a three-bedroom, 1.5-bath home at 2358 Edgewater Terrace in Silver Lake from Nicholas Quattrocchi and David Shorter for $857,000 on May 19.

Quatrocchi and Shorter acquired the property for $800,000 in March 2009. The house, which measures 1,484 in square feet, was built in 1927.

O'Malley is a writer, cartoonist and comic book artist. His most notable work is Scott Pilgrim, a comic book series that earned him the Doug Wright Award "Best Emerging Talent" recognition in 2005 and was recently turned into a major motion picture.

Larson is a graphic novel illustrator and cartoonist. She was the recipient of the Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent for her publication of the comic strip, "House of Sugar," in 2007.

She earned her B.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Quattrocchi is senior manager at ARIS consulting services at IDS Scheer in Los Angeles, a company which creates business process management software, solutions and services for corporations and public organizations worldwide.

He attended University of Hartford and Western Connecticut State University.

According to, there have been 188 home sales in Silver Lake during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $554,000.

Address: 2358 Edgewater Terrace
Buyer(s): Hope Larson and Bryan Lee Omalley
Seller(s): Nicholas Quattrocchi and David Shorter
Sale date: May. 19, 2010

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