David Schwimmer is moving on out of his luxurious abode.
The former Friends star has put his Los Angeles estate on the market for a whopping $10.7 million.
The historic home is in the swanky Hancock Park neighbourhood and boasts nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms sat on over an acre of land.
Moving out: David Schwimmer has put his Los Angeles mansion on the market for $10.7 million
Maybe David is looking to expand his living space after adding to his family with the birth of his first child earlier this year.
The 45-year-old was delighted to welcome daughter Cleo into the world with British wife Zoe Buckman, 25, back in May.
His current abode was built 85 years ago by Koerner & Gage - the architectural company which also built the Beverly Hills City Hall.
The Mediterranean property has 11,336 square feet of living space including a library, fireplace and media room.
It also has five fireplaces, two powder rooms and the indulgence of a butler area.
The property is surrounded by beautiful trees and has a pool and patio area perfect for entertaining all of their friends.
David bought the property in 2001 for $5.5 million.
He wed former waitress Zoe in a secret ceremony in June after announcing their engagement in March last year.
The couple met in London in 2007 when Schwimmer was directing Run, Fat Boy, Run, starring Simon Pegg and Thandie Newton.
His most recent project was the critically acclaimed film Trust starring Clive Owen and Catherine Keener. One reviewer called it 'hands down one of the year's best films.'
Room for all their friends: The home in the prestigious Hancock Park area of Los Angeles comes with a pool, spa, tennis court and a guest house
Schwimmer is on the board of the Rape Foundation, and has been committed to anti-violence advocacy for women for over 14 years.
He chose to make Trust based on stories he heard from the teenage victims of online predators during his work over the years.
David is set to take on a darker role and will play a notorious gangster in new film The Iceman.
He will star as serial killer Josh Rosenthal in Ariel Vroman's forthcoming thriller, Variety reported.
Michael Shannon, Ray Liotta and Maggie Gyllenhaal will also star in the flick set to start filming in Louisiana in January.
Historic property: The house was built 85 years ago by Koerner & Gage - the architectural company which also built the Beverly Hills City Hall
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