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Screenwriter sells Hollywood Hills home to basketball player

  • August 07, 2012

Screenwriter sells Hollywood Hills home to basketball player

What do a screenwriter and a basketball player have in common? Normally very little, but now two can both lay claim to living in the same home. Screenwriter Kevin Williamson recently sold his Hollywood Hills home to Indiana Pacer Danny Granger, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The property sold for $3.715 million, which is slightly higher than the 2003 selling price of $3.1 million. Built in 1990, the contemporary home is favored by many with modern tastes. It features 15-feet-tall ceilings, a gym with a sauna, a pool and bar area, a home theater, four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

The 5,140 square feet of living space accommodates the lifestyle of someone who enjoys entertaining, according to the news source.

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