The massive residence, which originally hit the market in November 2019, was used as the home of character Vincent Chase in the hit HBO series

By Helen Murphy
January 23, 2020 04:45 PM
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The Luxury Level. Inset: Claudette Barius/HBO

The Encino, California, mansion where Vincent Chase (played by Adrian Grenier) lived in the HBO show Entouragewhich aired from 2004 to 2011 — is off the market, the Los Angeles Times has reported.

In November 2019, PEOPLE exclusively confirmed the home was set to be listed for $5.5 million by Jill Krutchik at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties. Now, property records show that the home sold for $5.32 million, according to LA Times.

In real life, the massive Tuscan-style estate is worthy of any breakout movie star, with 9,200 square feet of living space including seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. It sits on a lot that’s just over 37,000 square feet.

The gated single-story home also boasts luxurious features including high ceilings (more than 22 feet tall in some spaces), French doors and walnut floors.

Inside, the residence’s “great room” contains a gourmet kitchen on one end with oversized double islands, and a family room on the other — complete with a wood-burning fireplace (only one of six in the home).

The Luxury Level
The Luxury Level

The house includes multiple wings, including a guest wing, a children’s wing and the luxurious master wing, which includes the master bedroom, a separate office and a large master bathroom. All of the bedrooms in the home are en suite.

Other bonus spaces in the residence include a gym, bar, breakfast room, media room, library and sunroom.

The Luxury Level
The Luxury Level

Smart home technology is installed throughout the house.

Outside, the residence has a motor court, rolling lawns, a pool and an oversized spa, as well as a fire pit and two wood-burning fireplaces. The garage holds four cars, though there is additional room for parking in the gated courtyard.