The home—listed at $ 1,995,000, according to the Los Angeles Times—is located just a few minutes from the Sunset Strip and has a backyard ideal for entertaining a whole pack—of people, that is.
With its beautiful comma-shaped pool—complete with a water feature and a hot tub—and lush plants around the large stonework patio, the home seems like a great place to harbor Sookie Stackhouse from the likes of vampire rivals Eric Northman and Bill Compton.
The 2,500-square-foot abode features two fireplaces, top-of-the-line appliances in the updated kitchen, a walk-in closet, and a two-car garage. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms to accommodate a number of house guests. Bay doors overlook the pool and patio area, and there’s enough room to invite everyone at Bellefleur’s over to roast marshmallows over the fire pit or grill steaks on the built-in barbecue.
Manganiello purchased the home in April 2013 for $ 1,806,000. It’s nestled on a quarter-acre in Nichols Canyon, a hillside neighborhood between Hollywood Boulevard and Mulholland Drive.
Many Hollywood stars have played house in the area, including Matthew McConaughey, Bruce Willis, and Frank Sinatra, according to Upper Nichols Canyon Neighborhood Association. The canyon has two waterfalls, where water spills over from the top of Hollywood Hills and trickles downstream to a catch basin.
Manganiello’s home might be the perfect bachelor pad, which is perhaps why he’s leaving it behind. The sexy celeb got engaged to “Modern Family” star Sofia Vergara on Christmas Day last year.
Manganiello’s upcoming films include “Magic Mike XXL” (a sequel to “Magic Mike”) and Netflix’s “Pee-wee’s Big Holiday.”