"One of the most romantic properties in the Biltmore area" is off the market.
Frankie Muniz, who starred in "Malcolm in the Middle," sold his Phoenix estate for $3,200,000.
The 5,300-square-foot bungalow-style mansion was built in the 1930s and is called il Segreto.
An undisclosed buyer purchased Muniz's home in November with plans to renovate, according to Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.
It was on the market for a little more than a year.
"This is an incredible home inside and out with a lot of history. We are happy to have found someone who loved it as much Frankie enjoyed his time here,” said real-estate agent Monica Monson, who sold the property along with Barry Van Patten.
The 4-bedroom, 5-bath mansion comes with a Roman fountain, a bocce ball court and prayer gardens.
It sits on more than two acres, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the family room, wood-beamed ceilings in the dining room. The deep swimming pool in the house was once the home base for a Phoenix diving team.
"This is truly one of those special properties," Monson said.
This is the second Valley home the "Malcolm in the Middle” star has sold in the past three years.
In 2014, Muniz sold a Phoenix home in the popular Arcadia neighborhood for $2.85 million.
Republic reporter Catherine Reagor contributed to this article.
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