Built in 2007 and recently renovated, the French Normandy-style home originally came on the market in mid-November for $5.3 million and was more recently priced at $5.95 million. Aikman bought the house in 2013 for $4.25 million, according to Candy's Dirt.
Sited on a third of an acre in the Highland Park area, the three-story residence is highlighted by a portico entry, an updated kitchen, an office/study, a home theater with a concession stand and a wine cellar. Beamed ceilings, French doors and hardwood flooring are among the interior features.
The master suite features a sitting area, custom his-and-hers closets and free-standing soaking tub for four bedrooms and six bedrooms in more than 10,700 square feet. There are four fireplaces.
Outdoors, a large covered patio contains a kitchen and a fireplace. Elsewhere on the grounds is a pool with a spa and waterfall feature.
Aikman, an All-American at UCLA, spent his entire career with the
Allie Beth Allman of Allie Beth Allman & Assoc., an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, was the listing agent. Malcolm Ross of Dave Perry Miller Real Estate represented the buyer in the sale.