A year after actor Michael Clarke Duncan died suddenly of a heart attack, his Woodland Hills home has entered the real estate market with a price tag of $1.299 million.
Located at 5616 Farralone Ave, Los Angeles, CA 91367, the residence is described in the listing as a “trust sale” of a celebrity-owned property. Records show the trust is held by Duncan’s business manager, Matthew Lichtenberg.
The house sprawls across a large lot, and like most celeb properties, is situated behind gates. The 7-bedroom, 7-bath home was purchased by Duncan in 2001 for $1.05 million. More recently, Duncan shared the home with his fiancee, controversial former “Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth.
Built in 1979, the 6,861-square-foot home includes a media room, built-in fish tanks, formal dining room and wet bar. Other features are a 3-car garage, additional subterranean parking garage with room for 10 more vehicles, basketball sport court, pool, spa and barbecue area.
Duncan became an actor in a serendipitous way. He started out as a bodyguard when he first headed to Hollywood, but snagged a bit role in “Armageddon” that launched his career, leading to his breakout part in “The Green Mile.”
The listing is held by John Moriarty of Prudential California Realty.
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