Actor and famed Irish heartthrob Colin Farrell has sold his Hollywood Hills home for $1.3 million after only a few weeks on the market.

The house, which is designed in the style of an English country estate and which Farrell listed for $1.495 million, was bought by an unidentified buyer. The property was built in 1927 and is owned by a trust tied to Farrell and his former partner, Polish actress Alicja Bachleda-Curuś, according to realtor.com.

Located at 2966 Passmore Drive, the property sits at 2,736 square feet and boasts vaulted ceilings, a study alcove, paned glass windows with views of the nearby canyon, a fireplace and a large garden full of bushes and hedges. Todd Goddard and Clinton Wade of Clinton and Todd Team were the listing agents and Arvin Haddad of The Agency represented the buyer

The home’s front yard, which is hedged off from prying eyes and covered with shrubbery and full-grown trees, is another attractive feature for buyers — such vegetation is a luxury in Southern California. The main house is also surrounded by several balconies, decks and verandas to make use of the outdoor space. A galley-style kitchen leads onto one of the decks.

Farrell, who rose to fame by starring in the BBC series “Ballykissangel,” broke into Hollywood through the Tim Roth film “The War Zone.” He has since become known for films such as “Miami Vice,” “In Bruges” and “The Lobster” as well as the HBO show “True Detective.”

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