Actor Ryan Phillippe reportedly has paid $7,175,000 for a house in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills.The Los Angeles Times’Ann Brenoff yesterday reportedon the paper’s “Hot Property” blog that Phillippe had purchased the home, which had been on the market for $7,470,000. Indeed, records show that on April 22, Sylvio Tabet, who created the “Beastmaster” TV show and movie trilogy, sold the house, at 1877 Rising Glen Road, to something called the Avacon Trust for an undisclosed amount, with the deal being recorded on May 30. The name of the money manager on the deed is Martin E. Fox, who is located at the same office as a corporation registered to Phillippe (but which was incorporated under the name of a different money manager, David Weber).Built in 1998 by Tabet, the gated house at 1877 Rising Glen either measures 5,033 square feet, according to listing information, or 8,300 square feet, according to listing information. Features in the five-bedroom house include seven full baths, a large separate private master suite, a Koi pond, maple floors, a step-down bar with an aquarium backdrop, a dining room with Shoji screen doors, two flat-screen TVs, a gym, an office, a media room, three additional bedroom suites, and city and ocean views, according to listing information. Outside on the 0.52-acre property are a 60-foot eco-friendly pool, an outdoor shower, a fire pit, a bar, a gazebo and “lounging areas reminiscent of a European hotel,” according to public records and listing information. The house was billed as being a “Zen” masterpiece. Check out Realtor websites for the house – complete with photos and relaxing piano music –hereandhere.