Film producer Mario Kassar nabs Encino home

He had extra cash after raking in $27M on sale of Holmby Hills estate

Sep.September 14, 2017 09:00 AM
Mario Kassar’s new estate in Encino (credit: Getty Images, Hilton&Hyland)

The producer behind “Terminator 2” just terminated his home search.

Carolco Pictures co-founder Mario Kassar spent $4.32 million on a single-story home on Bajio Road in Encino, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The Traditional-style home spans 7,200 square feet and includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a wine wall. A swimming pool with a waterfall can be found outside.

Kassar snagged a deal on the house, which was listed for nearly $4.5 million, the MLS shows.

Hilton & Hyland’s Heather Boyd had the listing. Denise Snanoudj of the Agency represented Kassar.

The Hollywood producer is best known for his 30-year career including blockbuster hits “Total Recall,” “Chaplin” and the “Terminator” franchise.

In May, Kassar sold an estate in Holmby Hills for $27 million. [LAT] – Natalie Hoberman

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