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You Can Rent Kyle MacLachlan's Hollywood Hills Home

Kyle McLachlan on October 2, 2014 in Carnoustie, Scotland. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)
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Want to rent the home of the guy who once played (and hopefully will once again play!) Dale Cooper? The fully-furnished Hollywood Hills home is on the market for renters who can cough up $20,000 every month. Sure it's not as cool as Laura Palmer's house in Everett, Washington, but, hey, it looks like you'd be a stone's throw from Runyon.

MacLachlan and his wife "Project Runway" exec producer wife Desiree Gruber paid $795,000 for the 2,669-square foot home back in the early 1990s, according to Variety. They're describing it as "Country English," and it's certainly got that charm—though it's a little dated. It boasts four bedrooms, windows that let in "magical light," a guest house, lagoon-style pool and gym.

Variety says they're renting the house since the couple already spends quite a bit of time in New York City, and when the couple is in SoCal, they currently spends quite a bit of time in a "mid-century modern located high above Laurel Canyon with expansive views of the sprawling San Fernando Valley."

[h/t Curbed LA]

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