The house 'Big Bang Theory' star Jim Parsons is selling for $9M has a Robsten connection

Raechal Shewfelt
Editor, Yahoo Entertainment
Jim Parsons has got a deal for you. (Photo: Getty Images/The MLS)

Jim Parsons plays a nerd on the hit show The Big Bang Theory, but in real life, the 45-year-old actor owns a home in the trendy L.A. neighborhood of Los Feliz.

And now he’s put it on the market for $9 million, according to real estate website Trulia.

With only three bedrooms and four bathrooms, this isn’t your typical celebrity mansion — it’s 4,026 square feet in all — but it does have some luxe amenities: Hand-painted ceilings, a spacious closet, a balcony with beautiful views, a swimming pool, and a koi pond are all part of the package. Of course, the Spanish-style home offers privacy — a celebrity home essential. The lot measures more than 63,000 square feet, and the house is guarded by gates.

This pad still boasts many of the architectural details it had when it was built in 1922, but its main claim to fame dates from much later. Parsons purchased the house for $6.4 million in 2014 from Robert Pattinson, who once shared the place with his Twilight co-star and real-life love Kristen Stewart. The great Tim Curry is reportedly the person who sold the home to Pattinson.

Take a look around:

The house features architectural details from when it built in 1922. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
The property is anything but plain. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
The dining room opens onto a patio. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
The place has real character. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
Built-in shelves make the library cozy. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
This bedroom has a real California vibe. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
Clothes horses are welcome. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
The master bathroom is truly luxurious. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
The patio overlooks a lush yard. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
The pool area features plenty of lighting. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)
Here is the Parsons house from the back. (Photo: The MLS via Trulia)

And no need to worry about Parsons. He’s still raking in a staggering $1 million per episode as star of his CBS sitcom.

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