‘Call Of Duty’ Video Game Designer Is Selling His $1.8 Million House And — One Can Dream
Business Insider has a nice little scoop about a piece of real estate in Los Angeles owned by Chad Findley, the single-player project director for the Call Of Duty franchise at Infinity Ward/Activision. He’s selling his three-bedroom, 2,500+-square-foot house in Beverly Grove (right down the hill from Beverly Hills) in Los Angeles. The price tag? A sick $1.8 million dollars.
Not going to lie, it looks like it’d be the ultimate gamer Bro pad. I can picture five or six 70+ inch TVs to play C.o.D. on in that living room. And the fact there’s a nice little pool/cabana area to throw parties in an added bonus.
Zac Effron should buy it and make it his new smush palace. I’d put in an offer so I could run it as an AirBnB, but I live in New York. I also don’t have $1.8 million.
But the real reason for posting this is just to show you how SWEET you can live when you’re a designer for the most successful video game franchise of all time. If you aspire to be a game designer, there’s serious money there. Follow those dreams, kids.
More pics over on Business Insider….