Actress Anne Heche and her videographer husband Coley Laffoon, who are divorcing, have listed their four-bedroom, 3,819-square-foot Tudor/country English-style house in Los Angeles’ Hancock Park area for $3,795,000. As is so often the case, kudos to the Real Estalker for her fine write-up on the Heche/Laffoon property yesterday. Built in 1929 (according to listing information, or built in 1928, according to public records), the house, at 141 S. Las Palmas Avenue in Hancock Park, was designed by architect Paul Williams. Features in the house include four and a half baths, an oversized living room that opens to the gardens and the pool, a large dining room, and an eat-in kitchen with superior appliances, an adjoining ante-room and butler’s pantry, according to listing information. Other features include two bedroom suites upstairs, a master suite with a large terrace, extensive entertaining areas and an updated guesthouse and bath above the garage, according to listing information. Public records show that Heche and Laffoon paid $3,150,000 in July 2005 to purchase the house. Their ugly divorce has become the stuff of Hollywood legend, with Laffoon recently filing papers that alleged that Heche took a number of items from the house while she was gone, including the master bed and yoga-room rugs, and that the actress also had removed the buttons off of 19 of Laffoon’s shirts. Heche previously had alleged that Laffoon was addicted to adult images online and that he was obsessed with pleasuring himself. Prior to that, Laffoon had called Heche “bizarre and delusional.” Check out an online listing sheet of Heche and Laffoon’s house—complete with photos—here.