Debbie Matenopoulos, who co-hosted ABC's "The View" from 1997 until 1999, and her entertainment executive husband Jay Faires have placed their castlelike Wolf's Lair mansion in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills on the market for $7,500,000. sily the last ones to the party on this one, but we nonetheless wanted to weigh in on the listing of the iconic property at 2869 Durand Drive (and 2863 Durand Drive) in the Hollywood Hills, which came on the market on May 30. Marissa Gluck over at Curbed LA broke the news of the listing on June 2, and then our pals over at the Real Estalker filed an outstanding post on June 4 of Faires and Matenopoulos' listing of the property. The Los Angeles Times' Ann Brenoff on Tuesday wrote a follow-up report, completing the trifecta. As such, there's not a ton more that we can add to what's already been put out there. Indeed, the mansion, which has turrets, towers and ramparts, was built by L. Milton Wolf, who was one of the three developers of Hollywoodland in what now is the Beachwood Canyon area of the Hollywood Hills. The estate later had a bevy of rumored famous occupants, which include renters like Doris Day and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. and which our friend E.J. over at the Movieland Directory has well chronicled. More recent owners have included Phillip Barlow, the president of Disney's Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, who purchased the estate in 1997 for either $2.4 million (according to the Los Angeles Times' Ruth Ryon) or $1,925,000 (according to public records). Barlow then sold the estate in September 2001 for $2,900,000 to a woman named Debra DiMaio (quite possibly, the former "Oprah Winfrey Show" executive producer), according to public records. DiMaio then turned around and sold it later the following year to Matenopoulos and Faires' Wonderland Trust for an undisclosed price, according to public records. Public records identify two improvements on the property: the 1,907-square-foot main residence, which was built in 1927, and the 3,228-square-foot guest house, which was designed by celebrated architect John Lautner (1911-1994) and which was constructed in 1945. In all, the gated estate boasts eight bedrooms, six baths and a heart shaped, black-bottomed pool, all on a total of 3.3 acres, according to public records and listing information. Records show that Faires and Matenopoulos purchased the estate in December 2002 through their Wonderland 2003 trust. They later transferred ownership of the property into their own names. It's not at all clear where the couple is headed. We'll of course keep you posted. Check out an online listing sheet for Wolf's Lair -- complete with photos. Also, this listing reminds us of one of our earliest blog posts -- and one that was written by our trusty webmaster, Scott Berg, back on January 11, 2007. The post related to a castle in Transylvania being on the market for $78 million. Scott wrote that buying that castle would 'set you back a few shekels.' Clearly, so too would buying Wolf's Lair.