Actor Brad Garrett is the latest celebrity resident of the Los Angeles suburb of Hidden Hills, Calif. to put his house on the market, listing his French country-style mansion of three years for $9,495,000.

Garrett, 47, is in the midst of a divorce from wife Jill, an act that often precipitates a house sale. Built in 2003, the house that he is selling, at 25170 Jim Bridger Road in Hidden Hills, has five bedrooms and measures a whopping 10,223 square feet, all on a 1.28 acre parcel that is behind gates. He purchased the house and land together from a developer in early 2004 through his Chickenhawk Trust for $6,384,000, according to public records.

Features in Garrett's house include five en-suite bedrooms, seven and a half baths, a fully equipped theater, a study, a bonus/game room, a chef's kitchen with an adjoining breakfast room, a formal dining room, a refrigerated wine room, a slate roof, and a detached guest suite with a full bath and a private entrance, according to listing information. Other features include volume ceilings, large picture windows, stone and plank hardwood floors, granite and marble counters, a wrought-iron staircase, a steam shower, custom closets, a covered patio with a fireplace and barbecue center, a pool and spa, formal and children's play yards, rolling lawns, a six-car garage and a putting green, according to listing information. The house is behind gates.

Check out listing information--complete with many photos--for Garrett's house at the real estate agent-designed website for the house or here.

It's unclear yet where Garrett is off to, but our guess is that it won't be far. A Woodland Hills native, Garrett previously lived in that nearby L.A. suburb, in the 5,873-square-foot house at 20615 Oaksboro Circle, which he purchased in 1998 for $1,625,000 and sold in July 2005 for $2,300,000, according to public records. He also has owned an 8,218-square-foot house at 621 Cumberland in Lake Arrowhead, Calif., which he purchased in 2000 for an undisclosed price and sold in mid-2004 for $1,850,000, according to public records.

Check out Ruth Ryon's "Hot Property" column from the Sunday Los Angeles Times, which broke the story, and also the Real Estalker's coverage of it as well.

Also, we've written plenty about Hidden Hills recently, what with it being the home to two other Hollywood celebs in transition--Matt LeBlanc (, Denise Richards (, as well as Heather Locklear and Melissa Etheridge.