Actor Johnny Galecki of “Huge Bang Principle” fame simply bought his Spanish-style hideaway in Hollywood Hills for $11.1 million, making it the fifth-priciest sale within the neighborhood up to now this 12 months.
Galecki, who tried renting it out for $45,000 per 30 days final 12 months, made a revenue on the property. Information present he paid $9.2 million for the house in 2015.
Shrouded in tropical landscaping and hidden behind excessive partitions and wooden gates, the plush property has turn into a sizzling spot for Hollywood stars through the years. Ben Stiller owned it for over a decade, reworking it into the customized hacienda it’s at present, and he bought it to Jason Statham for $7.325 million in 2011.
The residence presents a world of its personal with a Nineteen Twenties villa, guesthouse and loggia surrounded by arches, courtyards, fountains and lawns throughout half an acre. The principle home is brimming with Spanish fashion: stucco on the skin and colourful tile inside.
The half-acre hideaway. (Carolwood)
The outside. (Carolwood)
The entry. (Carolwood)
The landscaping. (Carolwood)
The lounge. (Carolwood)
The kitchen. (Carolwood)
The eating room. (Carolwood)
The sport room. (Carolwood)
The theater. (Carolwood)
The bed room. (Carolwood)
The toilet. (Carolwood)
The speakeasy. (Carolwood)
The pool. (Carolwood)
The loggia. (Carolwood)
It holds six bedrooms, 5.5 bogs and a handful of customized facilities together with a billiards room, movie show, and speakeasy pub underneath tin ceilings. Exterior, a staircase descends to a mosaic-tile pool and spa with a fountain and hearth pit.
Brett Lawyer held the itemizing, and Susan Smith and Adeena Karsseboom-Fitterman represented the client. All brokers are with Carolwood, a brand new brokerage based by business veterans Drew Fenton, Nick Segal and Ed Leyson.
A local of Belgium, Galecki grew to become one of many highest-paid TV actors on this planet for his position as Leonard Hofstadter in “The Huge Bang Principle,” which ran for 12 seasons from 2007 to 2019. His different credit embody “Nationwide Lampoon’s Christmas Trip,” “Suicide Kings” and “Rings.”