The fictional home of Adrian Grenier’s character Vincent Chase from the hit HBO show “Entourage” was the setting for quite a few of the crew’s misadventures. That Encino mansion recently sold for $5.32 million dollars. John Littman, the producer behind “The Amazing Race” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” bought the home back in 2011 for $4.2 million. Nine years later, he’s made quite a profit. Though he didn’t quite get his $5.5 million asking price, you can’t complain about what he did get.
The Mansion measures an impressive 9,300 square feet and boasts seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. There’s also a sun room and a wine cellar, plus a theater room and a master wing—that’s right, there’s an entire wing dedicated to the homeowner. To say that the mansion is palatial is an understatement. Just consider the ceilings, which are 22 feet high and feature exposed trusses. The laundry room is larger than some apartments in New York City. There’s also a wet bar and a library, and the master wing has a home office as well as a marble bathroom, dual closets, and six wood-burning fireplaces. If you get tired of being inside, you can also venture out of doors to the outdoor eating space with its own fireplace. There’s a pool, a spa, and a fire pit as well. The house features plenty of stone and uses walnut for the floors throughout.
The house was done in the Tuscan style and resides in a well-off neighborhood. Finished with plenty of old world flourishes, the house sits on an acre of land. Rolling lawns fill out the plot, and an arch-lined loggia brings in that Tuscan flavor. There’s also a motor court for your collection of rare vehicles. No word on who the new owner is, but hopefully whoever it is has an entourage to take up some of the space in this palatial mansion.