Actress Beverly D'Angelo's Beverly Hills home listed at $2,185,000

Actress Beverly D'Angelo's five-bedroom, 4 1/2 -bathroom, 4,045-square-foot house has a two-story entryway, arched doorways and hardwood floors. (Stephen Shugerman/ Getty Images)

There is much to envy about actress Beverly D'Angelo: ageless beauty, a Hollywood career of lasting duration, the fact that hunky Al Pacino parked his slippers at her front door for years and that she owns a 1920s Spanish-style gem of a house in Beverly Hills that has come on the market at $2,185,000.


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The five-bedroom, 4 1/2 -bathroom, 4,045-square-foot house has a two-story entryway, arched doorways and hardwood floors.

There is a step-down formal living room with beamed ceilings, garden views and a detached studio with a porch, pool and courtyard.

D'Angelo, 57, has recurring roles as alpha-female Barbara "Babs" Miller in the HBO series "Entourage" and defense attorney Rebecca Balthus in " Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." She starred in several " National Lampoon" movies and, closer to home, played Kitty Menendez in "Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills" (1994).

Ginger Glass and Jessica Juyent, both of Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills, share the listing.

Genuine gold in Hollywood Hills

"Body of Lies" and "Fool's Gold" producer Donald De Line just shaved about $400,000 off the price of his Hollywood Hills home, now listed for $4.35 million.

The five-bedroom, 5 1/2 -bathroom 1936 villa has three fireplaces and a formal dining room-library. The public rooms overlook a soccer field-sized lawn. The 4,689-square-foot house features an outdoor pavilion with a fireplace near the pool and a guesthouse with a bathroom.

The property was listed in November at $4,750,000.

"Body of Lies" (2008) starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe; "Fool's Gold" (2008) featured Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson and Donald Sutherland.

De Line, past head of both Paramount and Touchstone studios, was also a producer of "The Italian Job" (2003), "The Stepford Wives" (2004) and "Without a Paddle" (2004).

Ernie Carswell of Teles Properties Inc., Beverly Hills, is the listing agent.

This one's coming out of its shell

First, there were John, Paul, George and Ringo. Then came Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello -- the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles created by Kevin Eastman. We can argue all day about which quartet will ultimately have the deepest impact on pop culture, but for now, Eastman has a house to sell.

The mastermind behind the concept of having four turtle mutants battle evil megalomaniacs from their home in a Manhattan sewer just lowered the price of his view home in Beverly Hills to $3,495,000 from $3,995,000.

It's been on the market since August.

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom Mediterranean-style home has 5,458 square feet and is in a guard-gated community. The villa sits on a double lot, which could be split. In addition to the main house, there is a pool, spa, poolhouse (or guesthouse) and an additional detached structure that can be used as a studio, office or gym. The main house has high ceilings, hardwood floors and an attached garage.