He only bought the property eight months ago but it seems that Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Christoper Meloni is bored of it already and is said to have listed the Connecticut mansion for $4,750,000. The 52-year-old actor, who is best know as Detective Elliot Stabler, is flipping the luxury four acre estate just months after purchasing it in August 2012.
The actor bought the five bedroom, six bathroom pad for $4,381,000, so should he sell it for the asking price he will make a tidy profit, although he has spent money on the home.
Since purchasing the property Christopher, who is married to decorator and set designer Sherman Williams Meloni, has overseen a ‘complete interior transformation’ of the house, according to the listing on realtor.com.
The property consists of a main house as well as a two level barn that boasts a garage with storage for six cars.
The 8,000 sq ft home also has a custom home office and a kitchen with all modern appliances and a large breakfast bar. The home boasts plenty of entertaining space including a spacious dining room as well as a billiards room.
And there is more than enough room to relax with a number of sitting rooms boasting some beautiful views.
And should the new buyer have a family who want to watch different things on TV there are a number of entertainment rooms.
The actor and his wife already have a property in New Milford, which they scooped in in 2003.