Prolific TV director James Burrows has sold his Georgian-style mansion in Los Angeles' Bel-Air area for $10,500,000. In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Burrows' sale of his mansion at 10790 Bellagio Road in Bel-Air. We had written about the mansion, which was built in 1939, back on March 27, when it was on the market for $12,850,000. Burrows, 66, had purchased the six-bedroom mansion in 1995 from actor Richard Gere and his then-estranged (and now former) wife, supermodel Cindy Crawford, for $5,150,000, according to public records. The mansion sits on a 1.24-acre parcel and has rolling lawns, sweeping views over the Bel-Air Country Club to the city and down to the ocean, seven baths, high ceilings, a traditional floor plan, five sitting rooms, a mirror-lined gym, warm wood floors, a veranda that overlooks the garden, a pool room, a media room, a wine cellar and a guest suite, according to listing information. As we had noted back in March, the house's size is up for debate. County records state that the house measures 6,734 square feet, while a 1995 Los Angeles Times article wrote that the mansion is closer to 10,000 square feet. The mansion had at one time been written up in Architectural Digest. Burrows sold the mansion to a couple who are not celebrities. The sale closed on May 31 and was recorded on June 13.