Vince Vaughn’s former Spanish settlement in Los Feliz lists with a new look

This Spanish colonial has seen plenty of action since it was built in 1930. As well as counting actor Vince Vaughn and screenwriter René Echevarria among its former owners, the elegant estate recently underwent a dramatic renovation.

It’s now on the market for $6.987 million.

Sprawling over three-quarters of an acre in Los Feliz Oaks, the property is currently owned by a limited liability company linked to novelist Lydia Fitzpatrick, wardrobe stylist Erica Maslow and her husband, screenwriter Renny Maslow.

A host of highlights fill the closed grounds. There’s a 4,000 square foot home with Spanish vibes, an artist’s cabana with a koi pond, a guest casita, and a pool and spa.

An arched front door accesses the tiled hall, and further on, wooden beams top a bright living room with a fireplace.

The remodel is most apparent in the kitchen, which surrounds a butcher island with forest green cabinets and white subway tiles. Elsewhere, there’s a breakfast nook, dining room, and second-floor art studio with a balcony.

The master suite, one of five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, also adds a balcony. The space overlooks landscaped grounds with a trellis-topped patio, dining area, and fireplace.

Richard Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty and Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand & Associates hold the list.

Vaughn, 49, rose to fame after starring in the 1996 film “Swingers,” and his memorable roles since include “Old School,” “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,” and “Wedding Crashers.” In 2015, he starred alongside Colin Farrell and Rachel McAdams in the second season of HBO’s “True Detective.”

Three years ago, he sold a Colonial-style home in La Cañada Flintridge for $4.8 million. In 2018, he sold an income property in Hollywood Hills West for $2.46 million.

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Edward K. Thompson