Ari Gold's House in 'Entourage' Is for Sale
The property is located next to the former homes of Samuel Goldwyn, Orson Welles and Al Jolson
The Los Angeles home of Ari Gold from HBO's Entourage, a residence also once owned by Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, has just been listed for $4.995 million.
Located on a small cul-de-sac, in walking distance to L.A.'s Runyon Canyon, the house belonged to the Nelsons off-screen and on (as seen on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet).
Designed in 1916 by architects Frank Kegley and H. Scott Gerity, the Colonial Revival-style house is coming back to market just a little over one year after being bought by ANR Development Company for $3 million. The firm, in conjunction with celebrity interior designer Kishani Perera and top stager Meridith Baer, gave the white clapboard house a ground-up remodel that was completed in August.
Directly next to the former homes of Samuel Goldwyn, Orson Welles and Al Jolson, the 5,283-square-foot house boasts five bedrooms, four baths, and per the listing, "a screening room, 3 fireplaces, and numerous outdoor entertaining areas."
The property sits behind privacy gates on a flat 20,000-square-foot lot with a pool, professional landscaping and a three-car garage. It also comes with somewhat of a reputation for being haunted by Ozzy Nelson's ghost.
According to an L.A. Times story from last year, "One buyer even had a paranormal investigator come in to check that their purchase would be agreeable to the resident ghosts. The answer was affirmative." The house is listed with Coldwell Banker's Eric Lowry.