This home has a lot of show business history.
A Los Angeles home that once belonged to George Peppard, the actor who starred through Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and as a commando John “Hannibal” Smith on “The A-Team” is on sale for $ 2.795 million.
The saleswoman is Lena Dunham, best known for creating and starring in HBO’s “Girls,” the Los Angeles Times reported.
The 2,457-square-foot Greek Revival-style home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, according to the listing.
Designer Brenda Antin, another former owner, restored and renovated the house during her time there.
The interior of the 1919-built home features the original fireplace, wide plank floors, recessed and paneled ceilings in the formal dining room and kitchen, according to the listing. It has a covered terrace with mosquito net.
The master bedroom suite opens onto another covered porch at the rear of the house.
Outside there is a swimming pool and the courtyard is surrounded by high hedges providing lots of privacy.
There is also a separate studio / guest house on the property with its own living room, kitchen, bathroom and loft bedroom.
Compass’s Ali Jack, Boni Bryant and Joe Reichling hold the list.