Wilmer Valderrama's House: The Actor Is Ready to Dump His Frat Boy Compound
The cast of "That '70s Show" has managed to do all right for themselves since the show ended in 2005. While some cast members have dived back into the sitcom fray, others have focused primarily on film work. Wilmer Valderrama has managed to cross over into both worlds relatively successfully. His television career has been largely comprised of guest starring roles (often on his former castrates' shows), save for the sadly short-lived drama, "Awake". However, his film career has been moving right along, with supporting roles or co-starring roles in such projects as "Columbus Day", "Days of Wrath", "The Dry Land", "Larry Crowne", "From Prada to Nada", the upcoming film "The Girl Is in Trouble". It would seem, however, that even with his moderately successful track record of recent projects, it is not quite enough to support the lifestyle he enjoyed while on "That '70s Show". Consequently, he has been selling off his property portfolio bit by bit over the course of the last few years. Most recently, he placed the largest property he still owns on the market – a compound in Tarzana, California.Wilmer Valderrama
Wilmer Valderrama's house has seven bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms spread out over 5,039 square feet. The main house contains five bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a large eat-in kitchen with an island, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and massive windows. Wilder Valderrama's house also features multiple fireplaces, and a large multi-person spa tub off the master suite. In addition to the main house, Wilder Valderrama's house also sports a two bedroom guest house, and an additional building covering 2,300 square feet that can be used for whatever the owner chooses for it. There is also a roof top deck with a barbecue, a large pool, a tennis/basketball court, and a volleyball court. The current decor leaves a lot to be desired, but it is clear the property was beautiful once. He's asking $3.495 million for the property. Whether anyone is willing to drop almost $3.5 million on a property that is basically a "fixer-upper" is hard to predict.