Located in California’s Encino, 5266 Amestoy Avenue appeared as the home of character Vincent Chase in the seventh season of the popular show about an actor trying to reclaim star power. Listing agent Jill Krutchik, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, told NBC that both the exterior and the interior were used to film scenes from the show.
Indeed, the home is fit for a high-flying actor. The entire space sits at more than 9,000 square feet and boasts a gated courtyard, a pool and multiple patios and verandas. The inside includes seven bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen, six fireplaces, 22-foot ceilings, a bar, sun room and separate wings for the master bedroom and children’s rooms.
A family room with a massive fireplace and a bar table are meant to serve as the center of the house where friends and family gather. The space is also decked out with smart home technology and its own heat generator in the case of a power outage. It was listed in November 2019 for $5.5 million and sold to a buyer who has chosen to remain anonymous.
“Entourage,” which aired from 2004 to 2011, centers around Chase as he and his friends navigate Hollywood with the help of agent Ari Gold. It is loosely based on the life of actor Mark Wahlberg and, after the popularity of the series, inspired a 2015 film.
“Situated on a flat street-to-street lot of almost an acre, you can indulge in the ultimate Southern California lifestyle with rolling lawns, relaxing pool, oversized spa, al fresco dining and entertaining,” the listing description reads.
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