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Mario Lopez Is Hoping His Gorgeous Glendale Estate Will Sell for a Record-Breaking $6.5 Million

Mario Lopez and wife Courtney Mazza Lopez are on the move, and they are hoping to make a huge profit on their Glendale estate before they settle into their new home. The couple bought the home about 12 years ago for under $2 million and have listed the property for $6.5 million, that’s over triple the price! If a prospective buyer wants to try the residence on for size, they can also rent it for $25,000 per month, an affordable option for the one-percenters in Southern California.

The 7,200-square-foot residence has eight bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms, giving Lopez, Mazza Lopez, and their three kids, Gia, 11, Dominic, 8, and Santino, 2, plenty of room to run around. The estate has been updated while still retaining the charm of its original 1929 architecture, so this is the perfect place for a history buff to settle down. The house was first owned by Peter Damm, the creator of armored vehicles, and he called the estate, “Lorelei” (Gilmore Girls fans will love this detail.)

There are plenty of amenities on the property to enjoy besides the breathtaking views of the Santa Monica mountains. The entertainer’s backyard offers a pool with a spa, a fire pit, a trampoline, a bocce ball court, and a huge outdoor kitchen with a barbecue area. The outdoor space alone makes it the perfect place to host events for the family who wants to be the neighborhood party house. If the former Saved by the Bell star gets his asking price on the residence, it will break real estate records as the most expensive property sold in Glendale over the last five years. Check out more of the stunning Lopez home below and discover more details at Dirt.

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