"Call of Duty" Game Designer Is Selling His Baller L.A. Pad

The man who designed games like "Call of Duty," "Tony Hawk," and "Guitar Hero" just listed his L.A. home for $1.85 million.

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Need any more proof that video game designers are living the life? Then check out this incredible house owned by Chad Findley of Activision.

Findley, who has had a hand in designing games like “Call of Duty,” “Tony Hawk,” “Apocalypse,” and “Guitar Hero,” recently listed his L.A. family home for $1.85 million. According to Business Insider, the pad is located in the Beverly Grove neighborhood, and was originally a one-story house when Findley and his wife purchased it in 2003; however, after living there for a few years, the designer completely pimped out his crib by adding an entire second floor and doing major renovations to the first.

The 2,624-square-foot house now features three bedrooms, a spacious living room, an insane backyard pool, and a custom-made coffee table with built-in motors. But the most baller feature of the home has to be the row of tall bookcases, which actually hide the house's secret rooms (one disguises a storage area, another disguises a mini bar). Pretty next level if you ask us. 

You can check out photos from the listing below. 


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