Composer-arranger Roger Neill, who is known for his work on the animated series "King of the Hill," recently placed his mansion in the affluent neighborhood of Studio City in Los Angeles, California, on the market.
The composer listed the house for sale at close to $1.5 million, the Los Angeles Times reported. The home features four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a library. Among the other features of the home are an island kitchen with a breakfast area, walls made of glass and fireplaces in the living room and master suite.
The mansion is reportedly the former home of actor Cuba Gooding Jr., according to the Times.
Public records obtained by the source showed that Neill paid about $1.38 million for the house in 2009, but is now hoping to be packing
up to make room for the next owner to move in.
In addition to "King of the Hill," Neill has written music for more than 20 movies and hundreds of television episodes, the source reported. He's currently working on the music to Roman Coppola's "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III," which is planned to be released next year.
Martin Johnson, lead singer from the group Boys Like Girls, recently purchased a home in the Studio City neighborhood, the Times reported in a separate article.