Michael Eisner Buys Next Door Neighbor's House for $8.2 Million

Michael Eisner's new Bel Air estate

The estate in Bel Air could mark the beginnings of a massive compound in the historic neighborhood.

Michael Eisner sure did some holiday shopping this year.

The former Disney CEO dropped $8.2 million on his next-door neighbor's estate in Bel-Air.

Public records indicate the home was bought through a trust and closed Dec. 17.

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The newly purchased 1928 Tudor estate is located inside Bel-Air's East Gate on one acre of land adjacent to his current home.

Features include the standard stock items of any Hollywood studio executive's estate: a main house, guest house, pool and plenty of land surrounding it.

According to Trulia Real Estate Blog, the main house features include hardwood flooring, leaded glass windows, whitewashed brick, cross-gabled roof lines and half-beam exterior and interior detail.

There is speculation that Eisner will add the new house to his current Bel-Air estate, creating a massive compound in the historic neighborhood. Eisner has done this before, buying up four plots along Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu to create a compound on the Encinal Bluffs.