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Kevin Williamson lands century-old manor in L.A.

Lauren Beale
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Screenwriter for 'Scream' films falls for century-old home in historic neighborhood

Writer-producer Kevin Williamson has bought a house in L.A.'s Windsor Square area for $8.1 million.

Although marketed as newly reconstructed in 2014, the Traditional-style manor is a century old. Original craftsmanship is still evident in the wood panels and crown moldings of the Nantucket-inspired redo by Brian Little.

A reception hall, a formal living room, a library, an oversized dining room, a breakfast room, family room, a 13-seat home theater, a guest house, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms are within the 8,058 square feet of living space. Decks and terraces add another 779 square feet outdoors.

A swimming pool, a two-car detached garage, lawn and mature trees complete the grounds.

Williamson, 49, created such shows “Dawson’s Creek” and “Vampire Diaries.” He was a screenwriter for three installments of the “Scream” film series and the series “Stalker.”

The property previously sold in 2005 for $2.26 million. Hat tips goes to Celebrity Address Aerial spotting the purchase.

Timothy Enright of the Enright Co. was the listing agent.

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