Actor Robert Loggia has reduced the asking price for his 4,620-square-foot, Country French-style house in Los Angeles' Bel-Air area from $3,650,000 to $3,295,000.


In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Loggia's price reduction for his longtime house, which occurred on Friday, June 29.

We exclusively had written about Loggia's listing back on March 10.

Built in 1968, Loggia’s house has four baths, a dramatic living room, a family room, a formal dining room, and an upstairs with two large suites with finely finished baths, four walk-in closets, a large office/gym and a sitting room, according to public records and listing information. Other features include two downstairs suites that can be used for office, guest or maid’s use, and a two-car direct-entry garage, according to listing information.

Outdoor features on the gated, 0.57-acre (24,799-square-foot) lot include a pool and city views (but no loggia!), according to public records and listing information.

Loggia, 79, purchased the house in Bel-Air in 1996 for $1,450,000, according to public records. He spent more than a year renovating it, and during that time, continued to live in a house in the guard-gated MountainGate community in the nearby Brentwood area while the remodeling went on. (Loggia then sold the Brentwood house in 1998 for $1.2 million, according to news accounts.)

We're still not sure why Loggia is selling the house -- nor, where he's off to. As always, if the house sells, we'll of course provide that information -- and the sale amount -- here. Stay tuned.