Ray Romano sold his house in Woodland Hills for $1M

The single-story residence has four bedrooms and three bathrooms

Jun.June 16, 2016 10:30 AM

Ray Romano has sold his house, mother-in-law not included.

The “Everybody Loves Raymond” star sold the 2,700-square-foot Woodland Hills home for just over $1 million, the L.A. Times reported. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open living and dining area.

The listing agent was Teles Properties’ Susan Roth. Desiree Zuckerman of Rodeo Realty represented the buyer.

Built in 1997, the home features a den, a covered patio accessible from the master suite and a swimming pool with  spa. Outside, there’s also a gazebo and fire pit.

The property first came on the market in March for under $1 million.

Romano, whose most current television project is HBO’s “Vinyl,” owns other properties in San Fernando Valley and in Malibu. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen

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