After passing the screen test for one role, a home can usually fill in for a different role. Such was the case for this Hollywood Hills home, which made its debut on “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” in the 1950s and returned to the small screen in 2004 on “Entourage.” Located at 1822 Camino Palmero St, Los Angeles, CA, the residence was recently listed for sale for $3.295 million.
The two television shows vary greatly in their content, but the home’s appearance was kept largely the same. Featured in the opening credits of “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” the home was actually owned by stars Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, and the set for their television show was based off their family home’s interiors.
In its second turn on television, the property was used as the home of Ari Gold, the agent played by Jeremy Piven on “Entourage.”
Every room except the master bedroom was filmed for “Entourage,” and the owners allowed the HBO film crew to completely take over — redecorating the place to fit Gold’s tastes, which owners Bo Zenga and Zorianna Kit called a bit “stodgy.”
“Let’s just say we were happy to have our own furniture back,” Zenga told the Los Angeles Times.
Built in 1916, the home also has a dose of architecture history, having been designed by Frank Kegley and H. Scott Gerity. The colonial-revival sits on nearly an acre with an emphasis on indoor-outdoor living, featuring sliding glass doors that open to patios and a pool. Measuring 5,283 square feet, the home has 5 bedrooms and 6 baths.