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Vincent Chase and Johnny Drama Slept Here: A $6 Million Home for Your Entourage

Entourage's Vincent Chase (or real-life's Adrian Grenier) once remarked, "Look at where we are. Did you ever think we would have this?" The star was commenting about a lavish Hollywood party he had been invited to.

And now, a part of Vince's fabulous life can be yours if the price is right.

This incredible home, used for filming the seventh season of the hit show, is on the market for the bargain price of $5.75 million.

Fans will remember the house as the place with the huge kitchen that Johnny Drama made the Entourage boys' meals in, but it offers many other amenities besides famous renters.

Your pool parties may be slightly different than Johnny Dramas.
The 9,000-square foot Encino, California Tuscan villa touts double-height ceilings in most rooms, trussed beams, polished marble and Venetian plaster, and rustic elements throughout.

If watching Sunday night TV-perhaps Entourage- is your speed, you can relax in the media room with surround sound and iPod decks, or you could light a fire in the masonry and marble fireplace. Perhaps the most memorable part of the home will be the pebbled driveway with a stone fountain and a double garage on either side. A perfect parking spot for your Maybach, Maserati Quattroporte, Hummer,
or whatever luxury vehicle you have in your fleet.

There is plenty of room for cars, boats, and maybe a small plane in this driveway.
While fans remember the home as a bachelor pad, the house was actually designed for a family, says builder-owner Adam Zane. He told the Los Angeles Times: "A lot of homes this size feel like a mausoleum, the idea was to make it warm, more livable."

So if you're looking for a home to settle down in with enough room for your four cars, and you have a cool $6 million to spend, look no further than the former Entourage crew's crash pad.

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Ilyce R. Glink is the author of several books, including 100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask and Buy, Close, Move In!. She blogs about money and real estate at and The Equifax Personal Finance Blog, and is Chief Content Strategist at, a community for real estate investors.
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