Forest Whitaker is parting with his Hollywood Hills compound for a cool, $5.995 million.
Consisting of two separate addresses, the gated property, which sits on 1.66 acres, features a sprawling main house as well as a three-story secondary or guest house for a total of 11 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and 8,396 square feet of living space, LA Times reports.
The main house, a whopping 5,600-square-feet, is entered through a wide half-circle rotunda. A two-story entry complete with a double stairway leads down to the open living areas. White walls are paired with pristine wood floors throughout. To top it off, most rooms open to breathtaking terraces.
The guest house consists of five bedrooms, five bathrooms and its own gated driveway, a swimming pool, spa and outdoor kitchen.
Whitaker, 56, won an Oscar for his portrayal of dictator Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland (2006). Other notable credits include roles in Lee Daniels’ The Butler (2013) and his role as Desmond Tutu in this year’s The Forgiven.
Get an inside look at Whitaker’s luxury compound in the gallery below.