Actor Christopher Meloni, known for his role as Detective Elliot Stabler in the NBC drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," lists unique Hollywood Hills residence for nearly $6.5 million.
The two-story property built-in 1916 is set on an almost half-acre lot, sitting steps away from Runyon Canyon Park. It even comes with history; in 1950, this is where they shot the show "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet", starring Ozzie and Harriet Nelson. The sitcom followed the every-day-life of the Nelson family in this famous home. It's now back up for grabs, but not without baggage.
In 1975, Ozzie Nelson passed away occupying the master bedroom, and afterwards several former owners have witnessed paranormal situations involving flying sheets at night and doors slamming shut. Whether these are trick-or-treaters, spirits, or glitches in the simulation, this house was destined for fame, and was even featured in the earliest seasons of "Entourage."
The five-bedroom, seven bath home has over 5,200 sq ft of living space, and features a raspberry red front door that greets guests into a classic hall layout leading to the formal living and dining rooms, and a kitchen that includes updated stainless appliances and a colorful breakfast area.
The home has much more to offer though. The master bedroom has vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, and dual walk-in closets. There's a family room on the second floor, a kidney-shaped swimming pool out back with an outdoor sitting area, and a yard worthy of entertaining family and friends. Plus, there's a detached guest house with a private entrance near the in-ground-in pool, and a driveway that leads to the detached three-car garage. You could rent it out and even offer a parking space, or stick the in-laws in there and have them park on the side of the driveway
Meloni acquired the historic residence back in 2014 for $5.25M. The home has not noticed much change since its sitcom days since it has been slightly renovated with wall paint, hardwood floors, light fixtures, and upgraded appliances.