David Schwimmer Sells Mansion for $8.865M

Ross Geller…errr, we mean David Schwimmer, sold his gated Hancock Park mansion for $8.865, reports the Los Angeles Times. Schwimmer, who had owned this property since 2001, scored a major profit on the sale since he originally purchased the home for $5.5 million. Click through to take a tour of the 11,000-square-foot restored Mediterranean home.

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US actor David Schwimmer poses during the photocall of the movie "Trust" at the 37th American Film Festival, in Deauville, northwestern France, on September 8, 2011. AFP PHOTO / KENZO TRIBOUILLARD (Photo credit should read KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP/Getty Images)
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Ross Geller…errr, we mean David Schwimmer sold his gated Hancock Park mansion for $8.865, reports the Los Angeles Times. Schwimmer, who had owned this property since 2001, scored a major profit on the sale since he originally purchased the home for $5.5 million. Click through to take a tour of the 11,000-square-foot restored Mediterranean home.
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The Hancock Park mansion sits on one flat acre and was designed by Koerner and Gage, the same architectural firm that designed Beverly Hills' City Hall. The actor originally listed the home in November 2011 for $10.7 million.
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The estate comes with picturesque landscaping that features mature trees and lush grounds. There's a three-car garage on the property, as well as a detached one-bedroom guest house.
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The tall hedges provide a ton of privacy. Schwimmer joins his former co-star Matt LeBlanc who recently listed his swanky Pacific Palisades unfurnished house for rent for a whopping $12,995 per month.
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While interior photos of the house are scarce, the listing notes that Schwimmer's sold home comes with nine bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a wood-paneled library, a den covered in a stone finish, and five fireplaces.
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The detached guest house includes a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen.
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A view of the pool and spa that's surrounded by the manicured grounds. Schwimmer's luxe spread also includes North/South tennis courts.
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The former "Friends" star personally renovated the backyard himself and made other improvements including restoring the home's windows, doors, and hardwood floors, and installing new heating and a/c systems, reports the Wall Street Journal.
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