Dating to 1929, the Spanish-style residence also comes with some Hollywood history.
Action star Jason Statham and model Rosie Alice Huntington-Whiteley sold the swanky home to Galecki in 2015 for $9.2 million, according to the Times.
Previously, actor Ben Stiller also lived there. He even tapped the firm Roman & Williams to expand and redesign the interiors, the website Dirt reports.
Before the retreat came on the market, it had been available to lease for $45,000 a month.
Set behind high walls and wood gates, the 7,415-square-foot property offers six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The restoration by Roman & Williams retained many of the period details and materials.
The main house features a step-down living room, billiard room, screening room, and hidden pub. The eat-in chef’s kitchen has a beamed and vaulted ceiling and flows into a formal dining room. There’s also a dining space outside with a fireplace.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom comes with a private balcony, leather-covered wall, and an en suite bath with dual sinks and dual closets.
The grounds feature courtyards, fountains, a large lawn, motor court, pathways, and gardens.
Galecki, 47, may be best known for his role as Leonard Hofstadter in the sitcom “The Big Bang Theory.” He’s also starred in the shows “Roseanne” and “The Conners.”
On “The Big Bang Theory,” he became one of the highest-paid TV actors in the world. In 2018, he raked in $25 million, making him the second-highest-paid TV actor, behind his co-star Jim Parsons, according to Forbes.