‘Steven Universe’ Creator Rebecca Sugar Buys Cozy $2 Million House In L.A. Suburbs

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Outside, the home has a large wooden deck with a built-in banquette and a dining area with room for 12. There is also a kids’ play area and a half-court basketball court. The property also hosts a detached two-car garage which has been retrofitted as a guest suite, bathroom included.

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Rebecca Sugar accepting a Peabody Award in 2019

Born and raised in Maryland, Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar, 35, will now call Eagle Rock, California home after purchasing a million pad in the Los Angeles suburb.
The modest house, which is under 1,500-square-feet and built in the 1930s, is hidden behind a group of jacaranda and lemon trees. There are also avocado, guava, plum, fig, orange and nectarine trees on the lot. It’s outfitted with three bedrooms and three bathrooms and, according to its listing, hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace, a vintage Wedgewood stove, and tons of natural light.

Although the available information lists Sugar as the purchaser, the property seems likely to be a hotbed of incredible animation ideas, as she’ll probably be sharing the home with longtime partner and husband Ian Jones-Quartey, 38, a successful artist himself and the creator of OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes.

Rebecca Sugar House
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Rebecca Sugar Kitchen
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Rebecca Sugar Bathroom
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Rebecca Sugar home
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Rebecca Sugar Yard
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