David Hasselhoff’s Insane Encino Home May Have a Buyer

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David Hasselhoff home, Encino, Calif.

Our favorite former “Baywatch” stud David Hasselhoff dove into the real estate market not long ago, putting his Encino, Calif., house on the market for $3.795 million in November. It’s taken a little time for the Hoff to get a bite, but his luxe home has finally come under contract, according to Trulia. And, hey, he might even get a little extra cash from the deal. He bought the place all the way back in 1991 for $2.975 million.

No reports yet on the buyer, but hats off to them. Hasselhoff’s stunning home boasts a spa, a tennis court, a pool (with a diving board, water slide and adjoining grotto), a gymnasium, a library and a pub room. Though the home has great bones, Hoff’s decor is a little questionable. (Is that a seat upholstered in badger pelts?)

We still dig it, though, particularly if it comes with the complete collection of “Baywatch” in Hasselhoff’s home office. Hope the new owner enjoys that! So what’s next for Hasselhoff now that his home is out from under him? He’s apparently planning to save a portion of the Berlin Wall from demolition. Be that hero, Hoff.

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