Actor Noah Wyle’s 5,149-square-foot house in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, which he had listed for $4,395,000, has gone into escrow, the Los Angeles Times is reporting. Most known for his lengthy stint on TV’s “ER,” the actor has listed the five-bedroom house, at 2423 Nottingham Ave., because he and his wife want to spend more time at their 45-acre Santa Ynez, Calif. ranch, the Times reported. Wyle has long been a fan of the Los Feliz neighborhood. In October 2001, he bought his first house in the neighborhood, a restored three-bedroom Spanish Colonial estate on 1.52 acres at 2666 Aberdeen Avenue, for an undisclosed price. In late 2004, he sold that house—which according to the Los Angeles Times has hand-carved, hand-stenciled ceilings, a pool, an amphitheater, waterfalls and fountains—for $3.325 million, according to public records. Wyle sold that house because in November 2003, he paid $2,512,500 through his Arthur Hesbry Trust to buy the Nottingham Avenue house that he now is selling. Features in that house, which is behind gates, include five baths, a new media screening theater, a “sun-drenched living room,” a detached guesthouse/office and a landscaped yard with city views, a pool, a koi pond and a fire pit according to listing information and the Times. The house, which sits on just over a half-acre, was built in 1934 and was designed by well-known architect Paul Williams, according to public records and listing information. A few years ago, Wyle and his wife expanded the house, the paper reported. In Santa Ynez, Wyle first bought property there in 1999, buying it from actress Bo Derek for close to $2.5 million, according to the Times. Wyle then bought additional property there in 2002 and in early 2006 for undisclosed prices, according to public records.