Jason Statham joins homebuying action in Hollywood Hills with $2.7-million deal

Lauren Beale
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Add a retro-vibe Midcentury Modern in Hollywood Hills to Jason Statham's real estate holdings

Action star Jason Statham has bought a Midcentury Modern man cave in the Hollywood Hills West for $2.7 million.

The English actor earlier this spring purchased a Beverly Hills house for $12.995 million.

The dated interiors of his latest acquisition, a single-story built in 1957, have a retro vibe. Dining and living rooms, a breakfast nook, four bedrooms and four bathrooms are within the 2,917 square feet of interior space. The master suite has a fireplace and includes a den.

Walls of glass look out onto patios, a saltwater swimming pool with a spa and gardens on the quarter-acre property. A perimeter wall adds privacy.

Statham, 47, has been in the "Fast & Furious," "Expendables" and "Transporter" film series. The box-office draw stars this year in "Wild Card," "Spy" and "Furious Seven." He’ll star next year in "Mechanic: Resurrection."

The property previously sold in 2003 for $1.06 million. Trulia spotted the purchase, which public records confirm.

Sigal Diamant of Nelson Shelton & Associates was the listing agent. Ben Bacal of Rodeo Realty represented Statham.

The actor owns other properties including a house in gated Malibu Colony that he bought in 2009 for $10.95 million.

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