Beverly Hills, 90210 star and ’90s heartthrob Luke Perry has listed his longtime home, which — wait for it — is in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hancock Park, not in Beverly Hills. What a letdown!
The actor, known for his role as the “mad, bad, and dangerous to know” Dylan McKay on the beloved teen drama, has listed the home for $2.899 million. He originally snagged the estate back in 1998 for $967,000, so it’ll be a nice little profit for Perry, who currently plays a prisoner on Ties That Bind, a family-themed cop show on the Up channel you’ve probably never seen.
The five-bed, four-bath home is a Mediterranean-style enclave that was built in 1933. Guests are welcomed to the 4,062-square-foot estate by a two-story entry and circular staircase, while a nearby spacious living room with a fireplace and French doors is the perfect spot for a family gathering.
A mahogany-paneled library with a fireplace is a cozy room for any brooding hunk such as Perry to crack open a book and enjoy a glass of wine, while the master suite features a large balcony — a romantic setting for an angsty conversation with Brenda Walsh or Kelly Taylor.
Tucked behind gates, the very private estate is perfect for any celeb looking to avoid the prying eyes of the paparazzi. An expansive backyard provides a great play area for kids, as does the finished playroom in the basement. A large heated pool embraces Los Angeles living, while a separate three-car garage provides ample space for your vintage Porsche, a la Dylan McKay.
Perry also owns a home in Tennessee, but if he needs a place to crash when he’s in LA, maybe he can bunk up with 90210 BFF Jason Priestley, who recently unloaded his Toluca Lake, CA, home, or with former co-star Jennie Garth, who probably has a new guest room too. We smell a reunion special!
Images courtesy of Gilleran Griffin Company (via The MLS). The listing agent is Leegie Parker.