It doesn’t come with a stripper pole. Or if it does, it’s not in the listing.
But Reid Carolin, the writer who penned male-stripper movies “Magic Mike” and “Magic Mike XXL” is selling his Hollywood Hills residence for just under $3 million.
The three-bedroom, four-bathroom house, wedged between Beachwood and Bronson canyons, was built in the 1920s as a Mediterranean-style bungalow. With 2,600 square feet, the hilltop abode features en suite bedrooms, an exposed-wood ceiling and marble bathroom tiles. Outside, there is a terrace and swimming pool.
Carolin has produced several blockbusters in recent years, including “22 Jump Street” and the action-thriller “White House Down.” He acquired the Hollywood Hills residence three years ago for $2.3 million. [Variety] — Cathaleen Chen