Soap-opera actor William deVry, who appears on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” has paid $1,575,000 for a storybook-style house in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills that was designed by the same person who designed “Sleeping Beauty Castle” at Disneyland in nearby Anaheim. DeVry, 38, long has owned a slew of houses in Florida. However, he had not owned anything in Los Angeles until buying this house. Built in 1927, the two-bedroom, 800-square-foot house at 3268 Bennett Drive is part of a renovated 1,780-square-foot mini-compound that was designed by art director Roland E. Hill, who subsequently designed the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland. The mini-compound also contains two separate buildings—maid’s quarters with a three-quarter bathroom, and a detached one-bedroom guesthouse with a kitchen and a bathroom, according to listing information. Outdoor features include a patio area that is finished in Pennsylvania Blue Stone, a heated pool with a fountain, a landscaped yard, and mountain views, according to listing information. See the listing sheet for the house here. DeVry told the Los Angeles Times that he is “slowly trying to furnish it with items that complement the integrity of this historic home.” See the Times’ article about it here.