Character actor Robert Loggia, who often plays mobsters, has listed his longtime Bel-Air home at $3.65 million. The sunny half-acre backyard with its pool set in total privacy would surely work for a "meet."
Loggia, who played "Feech" La Manna on HBO's "The Sopranos," hopes to sell his French Country-style home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,620 square feet. It was recently remodeled and features a flexible floor plan with two master suites upstairs, both with finished bathrooms. There is an office-gym. The home, gated for privacy, features high ceilings, recessed lighting, hardwood floors and two-story windows. There is a two-car direct entry garage.
The perpetually tanned 69-year-old Loggia, with his trademark head of white hair, has been a TV and movie fixture for decades. In addition to his recurring role on "The Sopranos," he also appeared in "Malcolm in the Middle," "Dharma & Greg," "Touched by an Angel," "Bonanno: A Godfather's Story" and "Independence Day" (1996).
Tania Ferris of Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills South office is the listing agent.