Neal McDonough sells home in Windsor Square

November 11, 2013

Actor sells vintage Colonial

Actor Neal McDonough and his wife, Ruve, have sold their home in L.A.'s Windsor Square for $2.65 million.

The Colonial-style home, built in 1922, features coved ceilings, wainscoting, French doors and vintage glass doorknobs. The split-level family room opens to a patio with an outdoor kitchen, a wet bar with beer taps, a big-screen television, a lounge area, a spa and a fire pit.

The partial basement has a wine cellar. There are five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 4,067 square feet of living space.

McDonough, 47, is known for roles on the series "Band of Brothers" (2001), "Boomtown" (2002-03) and "Desperate Housewives" (2008-09). He was in the 2012 season of "Justified" and will star in the upcoming crime film "Bad Country."

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The couple bought the quarter-acre property in 2005 for $2.675 million, public records show.

Frank Barbano of Barbano Realty was the listing agent. Timothy Di Prizito of Nourmand & Associates represented the buyer.