The gods have yet to smile on Kevin Sorbo’s real estate fortunes. The muscle-bound actor best-known for his starring role in the television series “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys,” is still trying to sell his home in Westlake Village, CA. It’s back on the market with another price cut, and is now available for $3,395,000.
Sorbo’s been trying to unload the Mediterranean villa since 2014, when it first appeared on the market for $4.5 million. With no buyers biting, waves of price cuts followed.
In 2018, the price received a hefty chop, down to $3.75 million, then was quickly dropped yet again to $3,695,000.
Earlier this year, the gated estate reappeared on the market with an optimistic increase to $3.95 million, the Los Angeles Times reported. But the higher price didn’t entice.
Now a buyer can snap the place up with a “huge price reduction,” as the listing notes.
Sorbo, 62, purchased the property in 2008 for $3.2 million.
Located on a private, tree-lined drive, the “recently remodeled” abode boasts unobstructed views and multiple access points to the outdoors.
With six bedrooms spread across 7,556 square feet of living space, there’s plenty of room to spread out. The floor plan offers a living room with fireplace, formal dining room, and an oversized, center-island kitchen that opens onto a casual eating nook.
A spacious master suite and bathroom come with heated floors, a steam shower, an oversized walk-in closet, and views.
Interior details include beamed ceilings, stone and hardwood floors, and built-ins. Other perks include a game room, two offices, and a state-of-the-art theater.
Outside, the 1.5 acres offer a covered dining area, outdoor fireplace, pool, spa, poolhouse, and gym. The property also has a barbecue center, fruit trees, rosebushes, a vegetable garden, and a putting green. The three-car garage also includes plenty of extra storage.
In addition to playing the mythical Greek hero, Sorbo is also known for starring in the sci-fi show “Andromeda.”
He has also been seen on the big screen, where he’s played roles in the Christian movies “God’s Not Dead” and “Let There Be Light.” The Minnesota native has also reportedly owned a place in the Deer Valley resort in Park City, UT.
Sigi Ulbrich and Pam Moran with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Realty hold the listing.