Photos: ‘Rick and Morty’ creator Justin Roiland buys 10-acre Northern California almond tree estate

Though he already owns a multimillion-dollar home in L.A.’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood, records reveal that animated sitcom creator extraordinaire Justin Roiland (“Rick and Morty,” “Solar Opposites,” “Koala Man”) has paid another $2 million for a Northern California estate. Tucked away in the somewhat unlikely and semi-rural/agricultural town of Ripon, Calif., the Roiland pad is one of the largest and priciest residential properties in the area, spanning just over 10 flat acres with almond tree groves surrounding a large house.

It may seem odd that a busy Hollywood industry player would want a home in the mostly unheralded town of Ripon, which lies about 80 miles due east of San Francisco

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