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Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar may be busy in a PR war of words with reality television star Kim Kardashian, over Karashian’s appearance on April’s cover of Vogue magazine; however it hasn’t stopped her finding time to list the Bel-Air mansion she and her husband Freddie Prinze Junior have lived in since they married in 2002.
For an asking price of US$5.5 million, the Los Angeles Times reports, you too can live in this sophisticated 7, 600 square foot house. Located in a perfect setting within the gated Bel-Air community, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
If it gets a bit chilly during the California winter there are fireplaces to take the bite out of jumping into an icy swimming pool. The lower level of the property also has guest quarters, a gym and even a sun-room.
The 36 year old Sarah met Freddie originally in 1997 on the set of the teenage horror flick “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and sort of took it from there. Now they have two children together, daughter Charlotte, born in 2009 and son Rocky, who was born in 2012.
And if you are wondering where they are moving their family to, just last Fall they bought a new pad in Mandeville Canyon, which they picked up for US$6.1 million, also a very beautiful home.
Sarah Michelle Gellar was born in 1977 in New York City. She is the only child of garment worker Arthur Gellar and nursery school teacher Rosellen Greenfield.
In 1984, when she was seven, her parents divorced and she was raised by her mother on the city’s Upper East Side. She was a student at Birch Wathen Lenox School and graduated from Fiorello LaGuardia High School of the Performing Arts in 1995.
In an early 2000s interview, talking about not having a father figure in her early life, she remarked: “I might have been an immaculate conception. You never know. My father, you can just say, is not in the picture. I’m not being deliberately evasive about him, it’s just that there’s so little to say. He is not a person who exists in my life. Just because you donate sperm does not make you a father. I don’t have a father. I would never give him the credit to acknowledge him as my father”.
As a very successful child actress since she was four years old, Sarah Michelle Gellar certainly must have had enough distractions to help cushion the shock though even so it cannot have been easy.