Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli have closed another book on their defunct marriage, selling their Toluca Lake home, which had been on the market for the past 3 years, it has been confirmed.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the home belongs now to Bill Prady, the creator of the hit TV series “The Big Bang Theory,” who paid $3.99 million (€2.99 million) for it.
“The Paul Williams traditional house, built in 1937, has a long Hollywood history,” the publication says.
“It was once the home of country singer and actor Tex Ritter and the childhood home of his son, the late actor John Ritter. Enlarged since Williams’ day and renovated, the house has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 8,416 square feet of living space,” the LA Times adds.
The property comes with everything you could ever dream of, including space for leisure and sports.
“There are formal living and dining rooms, a bar room, game room, kitchen with a fireplace, two master bedroom suites, gym, media room and dual offices. The gated, nearly half-acre property contains a five-car garage, an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool,” adds the same media outlet.
Jennie and Peter were together for 17 years and were married for 11 of them. They have three children together and were considered, until the moment they announced the divorce, one of the strongest couples in showbiz.
After the announcement, there was a lot of speculation that Peter might have cheated on Jennie while away on work, shooting for “The Twilight Saga.”
In one of her older interviews, Jennie admitted that the fact that Peter was on such a tight schedule did take a toll on their marriage, but she never addressed the infidelity rumors. Peter did, only to deny them.
The divorce was amicable, by celebrity standards.