Vince Vaughn’s $5M LA home is nothing like you’d think

After two years, the "True Detective" star is listing his mansion

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Aug.August 09, 2015 11:00 AM

Back in 2013, “True Detective” star Vince Vaughn purchased this home in Los Angeles’ La Cañada Flintridge area for $3.9 million. Two years later, he’s selling it for $5.3 million.

The five-bedroom, colonial-style mansion isn’t exactly what you’d picture the “Swingers” actor living in, but since his 2006 split with Jennifer Aniston, the 45-year-old has settled into family life with wife Kyla Weber, a realtor from Canada. The couple bought the home — with a spacious kitchen and huge backyard — just before welcoming their second baby.

Elsewhere in Vaughn’s real-estate portfolio is a family-friendly “McMansion” in Manhattan Beach (bought from fired USC coach Lane Kiffin last year) and his former Chicago bachelor pad (famous for being the headquarters of Playboy from the ’60s to the ’80s), which he’s been trying to sell for a while.

Christine Navarro of Partners Trust holds the listing for the Southern California estate. Keep scrolling for an inside-out tour.

Welcome to the Vaughn family’s 5,563-square-foot mansion.

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The formal dining room is the perfect size for family dinners and intimate gatherings.

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With two dishwashers, a center island, breakfast bar, desk area, and plenty of counter space, the gourmet kitchen is a cook’s dream.

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Each of the home’s five bedrooms has its own bathroom.

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Here’s what looks to be Vaughn’s 4-year-old daughter Locklyn’s room.

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And this must be toddler Vernon’s nursery.

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The oversize master suite features hardwood floors and a spacious, airy layout.

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A steam shower, soaking tub, and his-and-her sinks line the walls of the master bath.

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With more than three acres, the estate includes a saltwater pool and playground.

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You can play tennis or basketball on the gated court.

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