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'Entourage' Home Finds Newer, Richer Owner

The final season of "Entourage" premieres this Sunday at 10pm on HBO - finally or finally?
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For those of you still mourning the soon-to-be loss of the bachelor drama "Entourage," another nail has, we regret to inform you, been placed in the show's coffin. The Encino house that served as the boys' television pad has been sold, according to AOL Real Estate. The house has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a pool, spa and waterfall, and a spot for a tennis court. The buyer is reportedly an exectuive producer on the "CSI" shows, so here's hoping he'll host some swinging parties of the Vincent variety.

The house sold for $4.2 million.

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