The Emmy-winning actor is looking for a buyer for the home and attached guesthouse on half an acre in Sherman Oaks, California.
Michael Chiklis, known best for his role as detective Vic Mackey on “The Shield,” is in search of a buyer for his Hamptons-style home. Set on half an acre in Sherman Oaks, California, the estate is listed for $5.195 million.
Two sets of gates open to a motor court leading to the four-bedroom home. Flourishes from Windsor Smith, the interior designer, include vaulted ceilings painted white and wide-plank Vermont pine floors across the living spaces.
The eat-in kitchen features a large island. A great room and library are adjacent.
More than 10 sets of French doors lead to the spacious grounds, which include three patios, a pool and a basketball half-court. The master suite has access to a veranda overlooking the yard.
The attached, two-story guesthouse has its own entrance and a private living room, bedroom and bathroom.
Built in 1946, the sprawling 5,773-square-foot home also includes a formal dining room, billiards room and a screening room with a stone fireplace.
Chiklis, 54, has credits as both an actor and a producer. He took home an Emmy in 2002 for his role in “The Shield,” and he currently stars in “Gotham.”