Inside ‘The Notebook’ Director Nick Cassavetes' $4.8 Million Hollywood Hills Home


Good news: It’s on the market.

If you’re in the market for a new home in Hollywood, and you've got $4.8 million on hand, you could own the home of the person who directed “The Notebook.” Nick Cassavetes is selling his 4,032-square-foot home in the Hollywood Hills.


You’ll find this five-bedroom, four-bathroom in the Mt. Olympus neighborhood. Cassavetes designed the home himself, right down to the wall of trees and shrubbery that gives the home a bit of privacy and the Buddha waterfall that greets guests at the gate.

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The best part of the entire home may be the attention it pays to the beautiful surrounding scenery. According to, you can access the outdoors from every room in the house. There’s also a heated pool, which is the best way to take in the views, of course.

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The open plan on the first floor includes a living room, massive kitchen with two islands built in, and a separate dining space. On the second floor, there are two master suites each with its own spa bathtub, as well as two additional bedrooms. The lower level is home to a screening room, office, and guest bedroom.

Outside, you’ll find a half-acre plot with the aforementioned pool — and a spa — and a three-car garage. Take a quick peek at the photos and wait about three seconds before you’re daydreaming about lounging on this property.


The home is the perfect place to host the housewarming party to end all other housewarming parties, as well as serve as the place everyone wants to visit… For more photos and information on Cassaventes’ home, head to the listing on

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