Actor Dan Aykroyd has finally sold his longtime, 4,828-square-foot, New England-style house in Los Angeles Hollywood Hills for $3,800,000 to actress Beverly DeAngelo. In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Aykroyd finally having sold the house at 7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive to DeAngelo, whom some readers may remember from the movie National Lampoon's Vacation. Records show that DeAngelo closed on the house on December 26, with the deal being recorded on January 31. Back on December 3, we wrote about Aykroyd having had the house on the market for $4,200,000. It's hard to believe that Aykroyd finally unloaded the house, particularly since it had been on and off the market many, many times over the years (in 2000, for $2.45 million; in 2002, for $2.5 million or for lease at $19,950 a month; in 2007 for $4.2M or for lease for $30,000 a month). DeAngelo's new house has plenty of other history as well, given that Ringo Starr and Mama Cass both lived in the house at one time as well. Built in 1951, DeAngelo's new house has six bedrooms, seven baths (or five bedrooms and five and a half baths, according to listing information), and a large heated swimming pool, all on a 0.8-acre property, according to public records and listing information. Other features include a gated, large motor court, large public rooms with French doors, an extensive master suite with an attached office and weight room/gym, a country-style kitchen, and six fireplaces, according to listing information. Check out a cached version of an online listing sheet for DeAngelo's new house here. It's not clear what DeAngelo, 56, will do with her other L.A.-area property, a 4,045-square-foot house at 1819 Coldwater Canyon in the Beverly Hills post office that she purchased for $2,350,000 in 2005, according to public records. She previously has owned other Los Angeles-area properties, including a 2,458-square-foot house at 2168 Outpost Drive in Los Feliz, which she sold in 1997 for $430,000 to a studio executive, and a 3,048-square-foot house at 8017 Fareholm Drive in the Hollywood Hills, which she sold in 2005 for $2,200,000 to what we have to assume is a sports figure, since the buyer's agent is superagent Dwight Manley (who once represented Dennis Rodman), and the trust name is the DVQ Family Trust. Aykroyd still owns a house at 8071 Selma Avenue in Los Angeles, where he and his brother Peter have lived in the past, and also has a house on Martha's Vineyard, at 16 Deer Path Lane in Chilmark, Mass., according to public records. In addition, the actor currently is trying to sell his eight-room triplex penthouse in the 46-story postwar Leighton House Tower at 360 E. 88th Street in Manhattan, which is on the market for $7 million.