‘Cobra Kai’ Creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz Drop Millions on New Los Angeles Mansions

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With a big new four-year deal with Sony Pictures TV inked just last month, it’s no surprise that the merry trio of “Cobra Kai” creators are feeling flush. After all, their show — a continuation of the original “Karate Kid” series and originally a YouTube-only exclusive — is now hugely successful on Netflix, where it’s earned Emmy nominations and already been renewed through season five.

A huge production deal begets blossoming bank accounts, and the three “Cobra Kai” creators, executive producers and showrunners — Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald — have all upgraded their residential circumstances over the past few months, investing in pricey new Los Angeles homes.

Schlossberg picked up a new Pacific Palisades house over the summer, paying $7.7 million for the stately property. But Hurwitz and Heald have headed to a different part of town, where they’ve dropped $6.6 million and $7 million, respectively, on two nearly-identical mansions just a couple blocks apart. Located in L.A.’s family-friendly Cheviot Hills neighborhood, the two homes are both two-story traditionals with full basements and two-car garages, and both were built within the past couple of years

Since neither house was ever officially on the market, photos and details are scant. But the $7 million Heald house (below) was completed in 2019 and features a subtle two-tone façade of white stucco and brick painted a creamy off-white. There are six bedrooms and eight bathrooms in about 6,700 square feet of mansion-sized living space, and the nearly 10,000-square-foot lot (about 0.23 acres) has a backyard swimming pool and grassy lawn.

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