James Spader‘s Mediterranean revival home has sold in an off-market deal for $4 million. The Enright Company represented both Spader and the buyer in the transaction, and had previously sold the home to the Blacklist actor in 2004. Variety reports the earlier sale price was just under $2.25 million.
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The 3,669-square-foot home, which features four bedrooms and five baths, recently underwent a full restoration and now includes a “restaurant equipped” kitchen with soapstone counters as well as a mahogany-paneled library and media room, according to the listing. The standout feature, however, may be in the backyard, where tropical gardens surround an elevated, glass-tiled pool. The private 12,639-square-foot lot also features a separate studio or guest house.
Variety also notes that Spader’s real estate empire expands to his native Massachusetts — where he owns two adjacent properties in the town of Marion, one of which includes a nearby island — as well as an apartment in New York City’s Greenwich Village neighborhood and a home in London.