The Southern Colonial in Hancock Park that was a set location for the 1994 Harrison Ford film "Clear and Present Danger" has sold for $4.32 million.
Built in 1925, the nearly 7,500-square-foot house sits on an expanse of lawn and features a plantation-style veranda and two-story columns along the front. The six-bedroom, 61/2-bathroom main house includes a central hall, a library/study and a more than 900-bottle wine cellar. There is a separate guesthouse, a swimming pool, a pool house with a kitchen and a tennis court.
The property came on the market in January at $5.295 million. Public records show it previously sold in 1983 for $800,000.
Lisa Hutchins of Coldwell Banker's Hancock Park North office was the listing agent. John D. Kostrey of Keller Williams' Hollywood Hills office represented the buyer.
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