Actor Robert Duvall reportedly has sold his seven-room boutique hotel in northern Argentina for an undisclosed price. The Los Angeles Times’ Ann Brenoff on Wednesday reported on Duvall’s sale of the House of Jasmines, which is near Salta, Argentina. Brenoff noted that Duvall and other American actors like Brad Pitt and Richard Gere have stayed at the 120-year-old luxury estancia, which has a sprawling ranch house and 300 verdant acres along the Arenales River. Check out the ranch’s website here. Duvall’s spokesman told Brenoff that the actor still owns homes in West Hollywood, but provided no other details. So, in response a request from loyal reader tlp333 for more information on those two other homes, here are some details: --Duvall’s principal residence is his Revolutionary War-era, 362-acre ranch, known as Byrnley, on Route 704 in The Plains, Virginia. Records show that he purchased at least some of the ranch in early 1994 for $3,650,000, according to public records. --Duvall’s L.A.-area residence is a small Spanish-style bungalow at 8971 Norma Place in West Hollywood, which is a pied-a-terre that he keeps for doing business while in southern California. Duvall’s Byrnely Farm LLC company (note that the company’s name has a slightly different – and, we assume, erroneously done – spelling than his farm’s name above) purchased the 1,215-square-foot bungalow in March 2005 for $975,000, according to public records. Built in 1925, the bungalow has two bedrooms and two baths and sits on a minuscule, 0.08-acre parcel, according to public records. The Los Angeles Times’ Ruth Ryon in 2005 reported that Duvall had planned to renovate the house after buying it. Take a look at this USA Today article from October 2007 for more details on Duvall’s housing situation.