Dr. Phil McGraw has finally sold a 3,094-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills that he had originally listed last November for $4,199,000, then had reduced to $3,990,000, and finally had cut its price to $3,749,000. phil.jpg In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the sale, which took place last month but was not recorded until this month. The sale price was not disclosed; when the actual amount turns up in public records, we'll provide it here. Our friends over at Curbed LA recently have done a fine job chronicling the saga of the house, at 9304 Warbler Way in the "Bird streets" area of the Hills. Dr. Phil purchased the house in 2004 for $2,375,000. Features in the three-bedroom house, which was built in 2003, include a wall of glass three stories high, crown moldings, polished plaster walls, a built-in LCD screen, custom ceiling fans, an industrial fireplace that burns through a bed of cut glass, a large master suite with a walk-in closet and a private terrace, two additional bedroom suites, an infinity pool with a Jacuzzi, and a two-car garage, according to public records and listing information. Check out a cached version of the house's listing sheet--complete with a photo--here. We should note that the house that McGraw just sold is not--repeat, not--Dr. Phil's principal house in the L.A. area. He purchased the house as a residence for his 27-year-old son, Jay, who moved there in 2004 after graduating from law school in Texas. At the time there was some chatter about Jay McGraw hoping to pursue a career as a TV host. Today, however, Jay McGraw's career has consisted of writing several books for young people, running his father's Stage 29 Productions company, being executive producer for several prime time "Dr. Phil" specials, and hosting FOX's now-defunct "Renovate My Family" series. The good doctor himself lives in an 11,036-square-foot mansion at 1008 Lexington Road in Beverly Hills, which he purchased in late 2002 through his Peteski Productions company for about $7.5 million in cash. About a year later, McGraw transferred ownership of that house into his own name, according to public records. Features in the seven-bedroom mansion, which was built in 2001, include eight baths, a grand entry with a circular staircase, two fireplaces, a library, a master suite with a sitting room, limestone floors, a pool, a guest house, and a three-car garage, all on a 0.72-acre walled and gated property, according to a public records and a 2002 Los Angeles Times "Hot Property" column by Ruth Ryon.