Trainspotting actor Kevin McKidd is selling his Hollywood mansion for over £4million
Actor Kevin McKidd has sold his luxury Hollywood mansion for over £4million.
The Trainspotting star put the sprawling property in Los Angeles’ Studio City neighborhood on the market this year.
The pad has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a swimming pool, a spa and a guesthouse.
McKidd, 48, previously attempted to sell the home in 2020 but failed to find a buyer.
But property records show it was recently purchased for £4.1million.
Elgin-born McKidd, who plays Dr Owen Hunt in Grey’s Anatomy, made a healthy profit on the house after he and his wife Arielle Goldrath bought it for £3.75million in 2019.
Built in 1986, it sits at the end of a quiet street and above a three car garage.
A brochure for the property reads: “Located at the end of a cul-de-sac, safely hidden behind gates (fully fenced) and surrounded by parkland with multiple outdoor patios, mature landscaping , a grassy lawn, a saltwater pool, a spa and a guesthouse, This home has it all.
“This house is truly a gem.”
After studying acting at Queen Margaret College in Edinburgh, McKidd earned his big break playing tragic resident Leith Tommy in
the 1996 big screen adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s Train-spotting.
A guest spot on Grey’s Anatomy turned into a starring role.
And since joining the show, he’s been named one of People magazine’s 100 Most Beautiful People.
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