TV lawyer’s Marina del Rey house hits the market for $3.75M

John Larroquette bought the 6,100-sf home for $2.85M

Feb.February 14, 2017 02:00 PM
John Larroquette and his Marina del Rey home on Union Jack Mall

For $3.75 million, you could live like a five-time Emmy winner.

Veteran TV star John Larroquette recently listed his Marina del Rey home, Variety reported, which spans more than 6,100 square feet and aptly features a screening room with a wet bar in its basement.

Larroquette, known for his role in 90s sitcom “Night Court,” purchased the five-bedroom, six-bathroom residence for $2.85 million in 2005. It also contains a double-height foyer, two dining areas, and an elevator for its four stories.

In addition to the screening room, the expansive basement contains a library/game room, recording studio and gym.

Scott Bross of Duke Partners Properties has the listing. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen 

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