According to Realtor.com
“Malcolm in the Middle” star Frankie Muniz is selling his 1930s-era mansion in Phoenix, according to the Phoenix Business Journal. The four-bedroom estate is on the market for $3.5 million.
The posh property, known as Il Segreto (“The Secret”), features luxe landscaping and water features that’ll make you forget that you’re in the middle of the desert.
If you’re looking for a tranquil getaway in the desert—and aren’t afraid of the water bill that likely comes with maintaining a property like this—you should investigate this stunning home.
As for Muniz, he previously bought and sold a more modern mansion in the area a few years ago, and now the actor-turned-race car driver looks like he’s ready for another change of pace.
The architecture of Il Segreto is bungalow-inspired, even if it’s actually far larger than a typical bungalow. The original and restored finishes blend seamlessly together to create a unified aesthetic. The best example of this is in the kitchen, which combines modern appliances with quaint touches like a wrought-iron chandelier, a rustic island, and a tile backsplash.
Outside there’s also a bocce court, fireplace, and kitchen and dining area.
Perhaps the home’s real secret is how it maintains its lush elegance in the middle of the desert. We’ll never tell.