Timeout: Mark-Paul Gosselaar, star of the beloved 90s show Saved By The Bell, is renting out his Sherman Oaks, California home.
Gosselaar, whose career took a turn for the dramatic with series regular status on NYPD Blue and TNT lawyer drama Franklin & Bash, has listed the five bedroom, five bathroom home for $13,500 per month.
The 5,266 square foot "custom French country" home sits on a .44 acre lot and was built in 2005. It features a split level entry with wrought iron detail which leads up to the formal dining room and living room with fireplace and an expansive kitchen with "center stage island [that] provides seating for snacks and homework." The master bedroom suite is quite large, and has a fireplace, direct access to the backyard, and in the bathroom, a jetted tub and a steam shower. The property also has two bonus rooms, one of which is set up as a playroom.
Outside in the "park like backyard," you can "enjoy [the] dazzling panorama of city lights and rustic mountain vistas," according to the listing. There's also a patio and grill.
According to Variety, Gosselaar and his wife Catriona bought the place in July 2014 for $2.3 million. You'll see evidence of the couple's children in the listing photos, including son Dekker's sweet race car bed (dad Mark-Paul is a noted sports car enthusiast and race car driver).
Nostalgia for the '90s is alive and well, as the the Saved By the Bell themed restaurant, Saved By The Max, proves. The pop up started in Chicago and is opening in LA this year, the exact location and opening date to be announced. Mario Lopez (who played AC Slater) told Perez Hilton that he might "do something fun" at the Cali outpost.