Actor Dan Aykroyd's real-estate liquidation is continuing, with him just having placed back on the market the final Los Angeles-area property that he owns, for $2,595,000.
Our friends over at the Real Estalker broke the story on Saturday of Aykroyd's listing of the three-bedroom house at 8071 Selma Avenue in the Hollywood Hills, which hit the market (in its most recent stint on the market) on Friday.
On Thursday, we broke the story of Aykroyd having just unloaded his long-listed, 4,828-square-foot house at 7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive in the Hollywood Hills to actress Beverly D'Angelo for $3,800,000. And it's been well-documented that Aykroyd currently is trying to sell his triplex penthouse in Manhattan for $7 million.
Now, the actor has again placed the 4,176-square-foot house on Selma Avenue back on the market. Aykroyd and his brother, Peter, paid $732,500 in 1988 to purchase the house as an investment, according to public records and past news accounts. Like the Woodrow Wilson Drive house, the Selma Avenue house also has followed Aykroyd's customary on-the-market/off-the-market strategy over the last few years. For instance, in 2002, the brothers had the Selma Avenue house on the market for $2.3 million, the Los Angeles Times' Ruth Ryon had reported at that time.
Built in 1922, the walled and gated Selma Avenue home actually is a mini-compound, decorated in a New England style with two and a half baths, large bright rooms, a grand staircase, murals in the formal dining room, a smoking lounge and a terrace off all upstairs bedrooms, according to listing information. Other features include a two-story, detached guest home, city views and room for a pool, according to listing information. The mini-compound sits on a 0.4-acre lot, according to public records.
Check out an online listing sheet for the house -- complete with photos -- here.