Husband-and-wife actor-directors Vondie Curtis-Hall and Kasi Lemmons have significantly reduced the asking price of their 3,188-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills this past year, from $3,595,000 to its current $2,669,000.


In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the celebrity couple's massive price-cutting of their abode, which sits atop a private promontory in the Hills. Curtis-Hall is probably known most for his time acting on TV's "Chicago Hope," while Lemmons probably is known best for having directed the 2007 Don Cheadle movie "Talk to Me."


Our friends over at the Real Estalker first wrote about the Lemmons-Curtis-Hall listing back in early 2007. Since that time, the house was pulled from the market and then came back on it again last year, this time at a much lower asking price of $2,669,000. (We have never written about the house before; we're taking advantage of the price chop, which happened a while back, to do so.)

Built in 1965, the house sits on a 1.26-acre, oddly shaped lot at the end of their gated street, according to public records. Features in the one-story Spanish-style house include three bedrooms and three baths, according to listing information. Outdoor features include a guest house, a pool (the master suite opens to the pool), views of the city, ocean and valley, a flat, grassy yard, a meditation deck, and a pine forest, according to listing information.

The couple paid $675,000 to purchase the property in April 1998, according to public records.

No word yet on where the couple might be off to. When we find out, we'll of course share that here.