Paul Wesley of "The Vampire Diaries" was the buyer of the Studio City home sold last week by Charles Gillingham of Counting Crows for $2.05 million.
Designed by architect Jay Vanos and built in 2010, the contemporary features floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, vaulted truss ceilings and an open plan design. The expanses of glass and multiple decks take in city, mountain and wooded vistas.
The two-level, 3,240 square feet of space contains open-plan living and dining rooms, a kitchen with an island and a breakfast area, a den, four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
The nearly third-acre lot has mature trees, a walking path and a footbridge that crosses over a streambed. A three-car garage is attached to the house.
Wesley, 32, has starred on "Diaries" since the show started in 2009. The series has been renewed for a seventh season.
The property had previously sold in 2011 for $1.5 million and was priced at $1.999 million. Credit goes to Celebrity Address Aerial for determining the identity of the buyer.
Carol Huston of Wish Sotheby’s International Realty handled the sale.