Big Bang Theory Star Johnny Galecki Lists Home With Hollywood Past for $11.9 Million

After first renting it out more than a year ago, Big Bang Theory actor Johnny Galecki has put his historic Los Angeles home up for sale. He's asking for $11.9 million, a significant increase from the $9.2 million he paid for the apartment in 2015. The house previously belonged to Jason Statham and before him to Ben Stiller. If the property sells at the current listing price, it would be one of the most expensive homes ever sold in the celebrity-favorite Outpost Estates area of ​​the East Hollywood Hills. Celebrities like Winona Ryder, Felicity Huffman, Russell Brand and Madelaine Petsch reside in the neighborhood.
ADVERTISEMENT
The Spanish style home sits on a two lot lot covering half an acre. It features a two-story main house and a separate six-bedroom guest house at 7,400 square feet. Staying true to its roots, the pad features a traditional clay tile roof, antique furnishings, restored terracotta tiles and an original speakeasy pub that transports you back to the 1920's.
watch the video
The actor's house is hidden from the street thanks to a high ivy-covered wall. The main level includes a billiards room, eat-in kitchen with quality appliances, TV lounge and a state-of-the-art screening room with polished wood paneling and plush carpets. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms including the master suite which features a leather paneled wall, fireplace and balcony. The room has two walk-in closets and a bright bathroom with marble tiles.
Outside there is a gated driveway leading to the detached two car garage just below the upstairs guest house which has two bedrooms. Outside, the backyard is adorned with colorful tiles and features tropical foliage, shaded patios, a covered dining patio, fireplace, built-in BBQ center and a mosaic-tiled swimming pool and spa.
Originally appeared on Architectural Digest
Johnny Galecki
US-American actor

Last News

Ukraine war will end in 2023, say members of Kyiv-based American Chamber of Commerce

Ukraine war will end in 2023, say members of Kyiv-based American Chamber of Commerce

Saweetie’s Pastel Goop Ball Coffin Nails Are a Y2K-Fanatic’s Dream

Saweetie’s Pastel Goop Ball Coffin Nails Are a Y2K-Fanatic’s Dream

Buttigieg Skewers Greene’s Bonkers Complaint

Buttigieg Skewers Greene’s Bonkers Complaint