"Spider-Man" and "Ordinary People" screenwriter Alvin Sargent may be celebrating the success of his latest movie, "The Amazing Spider-Man," by selling his Santa Monica home, according to The Los Angeles Times. As such, the California screenwriter may soon require the services of a household moving company. Selling for $11.1 million, the Monterey Colonial-style home was built in 1942 and sits on approximately half an acre of land. This is slightly less than the original asking price of $11.85 million that was listed in April 2012.
Sargent lived in the home with his late wife, who produced iconic movies such as "Pretty Woman," "As Good as It Gets" and the "Spider Man" films. Sargent's fame is largely based on his screenplays for "Unfaithful," "Paper Moon," "Straight Time," "Other People's Money" and numerous others, in addition to the aforementioned pictures.
The news source reports that the property contains four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. With such an expansive household, professional relocation and moving services may well be required, to better ensure that Sargent's belongings get to the appropriate location.