‘Entourage’ creator Doug Ellin directs a price chop in Beverly Hills
He’s taking $1 million off the top.
Doug Ellin, the creator of HBO’s “Entourage,” has relisted his Beverly Hills mansion for $8.995 million after failing to find a buyer for $9.995 million when it first listed in the fall.
Not to worry. The two-story home cost him $5.93 million in 2008, according to public records, so there’s still plenty of profit margin.
Set behind hedges and gates, the traditional-style home sits on nearly a third of an acre with a horseshoe-shaped driveway and a swimming pool.
The 5,780 square feet of living space are entered through a formal, two-story foyer. Features include vaulted ceilings, dark hardwood floors and a step-down rotunda bar that opens to the backyard.
The six bedrooms and seven bathrooms include a master suite with a fireplace, a walk-in closet and a steam shower.
Ellin, 49, created, wrote for and produced “Entourage,” which ran from 2004 to 2011. He also directed and wrote the screenplay for the 2015 “Entourage” movie.
Ginger Glass of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is the listing agent.
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