Ryan Seacrest's $5.8 Million L.A. Home Is On The Market

Producer and media sensation Ryan Seacrest has listed his Beverly Hills mansion on the real estate market, Realtor reports. The "American Idol" and "Live with Kelly and Ryan" host's Cabrillo Drive residence is listed on Zillow as having seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, sitting on over three acres and boasting 9,000 square feet. Additionally, there are two guest homes, a pool with a pool house, and a fitness center. Other amenities include an underground garage, a reflecting pond, and views of both the city and the ocean. And for just under $5.8 million, it could be yours.

The mansion was built in 1957, according to Realtor. It was previously owned by Max Mutchnick, the creator of the hit show "Will and Grace." After that, it was home to Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, who Seacrest purchased the home from in 2012 for $3 million, according to Second Shelters. Seacrest originally listed the mansion in November 2021 for a little under $6.2 million.

Ryan Seacrest's Beverly Hills mansion

The home's celebrity history is not surprising when looking at how stunning and glamorous even just the outside is. The stunning pool is a gorgeous feature of the backyard — a large, glittering, blue rectangle pool lined with privacy hedges and multiple lounge areas, located next to a finished pool house and in proximity to the residence.

The Zillow posting describes the exterior as "resort-like," and the corresponding images only confirm that. Multiple trees line the gorgeous and perfectly manicured green grass, offering shade and beauty. There are also multiple areas outside to lounge, dine, entertain, and more. Out towards the back of the property, there is also a reflecting pond, grown with lots of native vegetation and plants, and offering a private, quiet, and secluded place to relax and reflect — or to escape after a long day, which Ryan Seacrest likely has many of!

Inside the Cabrillo Drive mansion

The interior of Ryan Seacrest's home is equally as gorgeous, and has a simultaneously modern and comfortable approach. The living room is floored with rich, brown, wide plank wood flooring, contrasted by lighter wood exposed beams. Additionally, the white walls, multiple large windows, and raised ceilings create plenty of light and space. The room is made more cozy by the staging furnishing, as well as the fireplace, per Zillow.

Moving into the dining room, there is more of a shift in favor of the modern style, with a lower ceiling and more modern light fixtures. Adjacent to the dining room is the bar, which again blends the modern with the comfortable. There is a lower to the ground bar in the center, with a wood top making it look table-like. Above that is a statement light fixture that is more art piece than practical appliance. Additionally, a concave in the wall is perfect for holding extra liquor. Then the kitchen, informal dining room, and sitting room are all open, and bring in warmer tones with a brick wall, greenish blue colors in the kitchen, and warmer light fixtures.

Trendy and sophisticated California luxury

If the luxurious amenities outdoors or the comfortable and modern splendor of the inside doesn't quite cut it for you, then perhaps the multiple other features of Ryan Seacrest's L.A. property will. After entertaining guests in the entertainment spaces both outdoors and in, direct them to one of two guest houses. One featured on the Zillow posting is quite bachelor-like, with a large flat screen TV set in front of a luxurious bookshelf wall, a mini bar set against a black marble wall, and a sleek black bathroom.

Or, try breaking a sweat in the fitness facility also located on the premises. The Zillow images show a room with massage tables, offering a Zen retreat from the chaos of the world. There is also space for gym equipment and other exercise facilities, such as bringing in trainers or hosting a class. Finally, the pool house is semi-outdoors, with a sitting and lounging area as well as a small kitchenette that's awned under a roof. A room next to the exposed lounging area likely holds pool equipment.