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The man known as Zack Morris whose real name is Mark-Paul Gosselaar from the late 80's/early 90's hit TV comedy series, Saved by the Bell, has just purchased a Sherman Oaks home for $2.3 million on July 18, 2014 which was first reported by the fine folks at Trulia Luxe Living on July 31, 2014.
The home measures 5 Beds/5 Baths on 4,966 sqft on a total lot size of 0.44 acres built in 2005 which appears to have been on the market ever since it was first built but dont quote me on that as I may be wrong. The home comes with Viking Stainless Steel appliances, hardwood flooring and marble, and even a bonus room basement (I didnt know they made those in SoCal).
Previous to the Sherman Oaks home, Gosselaar was living in a long time owned Castaic entertainers home which he sold on March 4, 2010 for $1.2 million and was purchased for $717,500 on June 30, 1999. This home was most recently purchased by Miami Dolphins Quarterback, Matt Moore, for $1,525 million as reported by the LA Times.
Gosselaar also previously owned a Valencia home that was purchased on July 16, 2004 for $446,504 and sold at a small loss on Mary 26, 2010 for $440,004. I am not sure what manner this was house used but possibly an income property or for family. I am guessing both home sales in 2010 were the result of his divorce to former Revlon model, Lisa Ann Russell which was finalized in May 2011.
And one final tidbit that I never knew about, Gosselaar was actually born in Panorama City and his father was a plant supervisor at an Anheuser-Busch Brewery which I am guessing is the one in Van Nuys. Its possible he living in the SFV area as a child but its known that he spent his teenage years in the Santa Clarita area attending Hart High school. So its great news to have Gosselaar back in the SFV.
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