The estranged celebrity couple Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas have sold their Los Angeles mansion for a cool $15.947 million. Just a bit short of $16 million, the estate boasts of being a part of the most expensive sale ever for a single-family home in the affluent neighborhood.

Melanie_Griffith_Antonio_Banderas_LA_Estate_1The former family home, called Isidor Eisner estate, of the 57 years old American actress and 54 year old Spanish actor is located at Hancock Park.Melanie_Griffith_Antonio_Banderas_LA_Estate_2Along with a piece of Hollywood history, the 1.5 acres property is also home to a 15,000 square foot mansion. Designed by Hoover Dam architect Gordon B. Kaufman in 1925, the Italian Revival-style mansion features seven bedrooms and seven full and three half bathrooms. It also includes a sprawling, celebrity-style master suite with two bathrooms and double dressing rooms.Melanie_Griffith_Antonio_Banderas_LA_Estate_3The double-gated mansion also opens to a grand entry, double-height banquet hall, formal dining room with coffered ceiling, paneled library and a two-story kitchen.Melanie_Griffith_Antonio_Banderas_LA_Estate_4Additional features include a recording studio, fitness room, a guest/staff apartment, extensive security system and a swimming pool set privately in a central courtyard.Melanie_Griffith_Antonio_Banderas_LA_Estate_7The actors bought the home in 1999 for $4.2 million and in 2000, the duo bought the property next door and demolished the house to add to the grounds of their estate. Melanie_Griffith_Antonio_Banderas_LA_Estate_5

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