“Survivor” Host Jeff Probst Buys Lux Studio City Mansion

The tribe has spoken. Jeff Probst's new crib is lavish. The Survivor host recently purchased an ultra private Studio City, CA home for $5 million. Not only is the gated Monterey colonial-style residence immense, but it also served as the long-time home of Gene Autry and is now designated a Gene Autry historical landmark estate. View the listing.

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The tribe has spoken. Jeff Probst's new crib is lavish. The <I>Survivor</i> host recently purchased an ultra private Studio City, CA home for $5 million. Not only is the gated Monterey colonial-style residence immense, but it also served as the long-time home of Gene Autry and is now designated a Gene Autry historical landmark estate. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Studio-City/3171-Brookdale-Rd-91604/home/5257763" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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The sprawling estate belonged to cowboy actor and singer, Gene Autry. After the famed Hollywood icon passed in 1998, his second wife Jackie donated the Studio City property to the Autry National Center of the American West.
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The expansive two-story house totals 7,953 square feet and was built in 1948-1949, specifically for Mr. Autry and his first wife.
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A view of the spacious living room.
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A view of the family room and wet bar, which is designed and decorated in the Southwest cowboy theme.
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The formal dining room.
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The chef's kitchen includes exposed brick, a vaulted ceiling, and a butler's pantry.
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The home features five bedrooms and seven baths, as well as multiple balconies that overlook the lush grounds.
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The residence comes with 3.68 acres of lush forested grounds. Jeff Probst must relish returning to this estate after shooting in <I>Survivor's</i> many isolated locations.
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