Jake Gyllenhaal has sold his Cahuenga Pass home for $3.262 million. A sale was pending in October. Property records show the actor closed the deal this week.
Reports in September revealed that Gyllenhaal had listed his Los Angeles midcentury modern near the Hollywood Hills, asking $3.5 million for the three-bedroom, three-bath home in Cahuenga Pass.
Gyllenhaal, nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Jack Twist in 2005's "Brokeback Mountain" and currently starring in "Nightcrawler," bought the gated compound in 2005 for $2.5 million. He also is known for his roles in "Jarhead," and "Donnie Darko," among other films.
The home and its previous decor were modest by some Los Angeles standards, but its great room offers views of the city -- "sensational panoramic views," according to the listing -- and the outdoor space includes a patio, private yard and pool as well as lush landscaping and trails.
The home is perfect for entertaining, sitting on nearly two acres near the Hollywood Hills. It also is protected by a security system equipped with cameras.
And there are more perks: Gyllenhaal's former home has a detached office and is well located for a homeowner who needs to get to some of the major L.A. studios.