'NYPD's' Kim Delaney stands to make a killing in Beverly Hills

Lauren Beale
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Actress Kim Delaney is asking five times what she paid for her Beverly Hills house a dozen years ago

Here’s a scene worth investigating. Kim Delaney, who won an Emmy for her role as Det. Diane Russell on “NYPD Blue,” has listed her home in Beverly Hills for sale at $7.995 million.

She bought the property in 2003 for $1.5 million.

The well-preserved Spanish Revival house, built in 1928, has its original tiled exterior entry, a round tiled foyer and stained glass windows. An oversized dining room features built-ins and can seat from 10 to 12. The living room centers on a grand fireplace and has stained glass windows.

The family room, with a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass, and the kitchen open to the outdoors. The cozy den has a fireplace and a wet bar.

A graceful circular stairway with colorful tile risers leads to the second floor. A balcony overlooks the backyard.

The nearly half-acre lot contains a swimming pool with a spa and a guest casita for a total of six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

Delaney, 53, will play Mary Todd Lincoln in the miniseries “To Appomattox.” Since her “NYPD Blue” run from 1995 to 2003, she has appeared in “Army Wives” (2007-12) and “The O.C.” (2005).

Alex Brunkhorst and Billy Rose of the Agency are the listing agents.

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