It's a great place for hugging it out, bitch.
Entourage is in its final season, and a large piece of the show's history has already been sold.
The $4.2 million mansion that's featured on the show has been sold to an unnamed buyer who is rumored to be a television producer, according to AOL. How appropriate.
Needless to say, the estate is massive and luxurious. After all, that's what the show is all about. Which is why I find it funny/sad when I see homeless people sleeping below Entourage billboards at the bus stop. Yeah, that pretty much sums up L.A.
The mansion is 9,010 square feet and located in Encino. It features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and seven fireplaces. And of course there's that iconic giant stone fountain in the driveway.
The estate's initial asking price was $5.75 million back in 2010, when the home first went on the market. So this was steal. If you're, you know, a multimillionaire.
Entourage premiered in 2004 and has since had huge success. The show has received several nominations for Outstanding Comedy in 2007, 2008 and 2009. It has received 25 Emmy nominations, 14 Golden Globe nominations and six Screen Actor Guild nominations.