In star-studded Los Angeles, even houses have film credits. A modern Encino mansion whose infinity pool set the stage for an opulent party in the 2016 musical comedy La La Land is on the market for $6.45 million.
The Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone flick may have been the home's breakout role, but that's not the only time it has appeared on screen. The mansion is also featured in such shows as Modern Family, NCIS: LA and Ballers, among other television spots, according to a feature on Realtor.com.
Described in its listing as an "architectural gem found in a vast market of repetition," the house was not originally built to be a star. According to Mansion Global, the home was built by a construction company in 2012. While it was meant to sell like any other house, those plans changed when the home "started getting the business opportunities,” shortly afterwards, the home's listing agents told Mansion Global, and has "never technically been lived in."
In addition to its famous pool, limestone patio and indoor-outdoor space built for entertaining, the 9,200-square-foot home comes with six bedrooms, an indoor theater, an elevator and a chef's kitchen, according to its listing. See photos of the home below:
The modern home, which comes with a pool and guest house, was featured in La La Land
Its limestone patios, infinity pool and sundeck are made for outdoor entertaining, according to the home's listing.
A winding staircase is centers this common area.
Floor-to-ceiling windows show off the home's outdoor features.
It comes with six bedrooms, according to the real estate listing.
Described as a "chef's kitchen," the cooking space features marble elements and stainless steel fixtures, according to the home's listing.
The home is a "prime example" of Encino's recent contemporary development, the home's co-listing agent told Realtor.com.