Screenwriter, director and sometime-actor Mike Binder -- known for so many things, including writing and appearing in the movie The Upside of Anger and for co-writing and co-directing his own HBO series The Mind of the Married Man -- has placed his five-bedroom mansion in Los Angeles' Pacific Palisades neighborhood on the market for $7,595,000.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Binder's listing of the 8,078-square-foot, Cape Cod-style mansion. The listing quietly came on the market on Feb. 10.
Built in 2007, Binder's house has: seven and a half baths; a dramatic floor-to-ceiling wainscot entry with black and white checkered marble floors; a wood-paneled library; a formal dining room; a gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances; a large family room with coffered ceilings; a fireplace and three double French doors; a master suite with trey ceilings, a fireplace, a separate sitting area, a balcony and dual spa-like baths; three additional en-suite bedrooms; a bonus room; a red ocean glass bathroom with a steam shower; a gym with a separate side entrance; a 23-person movie theater with a concession stand, reclining leather seats, and a 14-foot screen; ebonized oak floors; white copper shingles; Florance Broadhurst wallpaper; Michael S. Smith fixtures; and a three-car garage, according to public records and listing information. Outdoor features on the 0.397-acre (17,293-square-foot) property include a fireplace, a veranda and a pool and spa, according to listing information.
Binder's Catherine Edward Trust paid $1,770,000 in 2001 for the land, and then built the house.
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