The “High School Musical” star Zac Efron is graduating from his Los Angeles home. The actor is letting go of his Los Feliz residence, Variety reported. It’s available for $5.9 million.
The California native purchased the midcentury modern property in 2013 for $4 million, and hopes to clear a little cash on his investment.
Efron has spent the last few months living in South Australia, filming the movie “Gold.” Perhaps he’ll extend his stay if he has one less home to worry about back in United States.
The stylish residence has panoramic views of the city and exudes Hollywood glamour. The contemporary compound is entered from a long, gated driveway that opens onto views of downtown to the ocean, visible from every room in the house.
Inside, the open floor plan features warm wood, walls of glass, and an indoor-outdoor flow, with decks that run the length of the property.
Leaning into its status as an A-list friendly hangout, the listing description notes that the “newly redone” property offers up “a perfect celebrity haven.”
Color us impressed.
With five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the 5,455-square-foot layout features a living area, dining room, and a chef’s kitchen that adjoins a family room.
In addition, the home offers a master suite and spalike bathroom on the main level, plus three additional bedrooms with bathrooms downstairs, along with a separate one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse.
Amenities include a gym, media room, game room, wine room, and security cameras. In the contemporary interior, skateboards, artwork, and sports memorabilia hang from the vast gallery walls.
The outdoor space features view decks with room for outdoor dining and lounging.
The newly redone pool and spa with a waterfall take advantage of the privacy and the views.
Now 33, the hunky actor and singer rose to prominence with the trilogy of “High School Musical” movies. He has also starred in the “Neighbors” movies, “New Year’s Eve,” “17 Again,” and “The Greatest Showman.” His Netflix travelogue series “Down to Earth With Zac Efron” was a streaming sensation this summer.
Kathrin Nicholson with The Agency holds the listing.