Nineties "It couple" Freddie Prinze Jr. and Sarah Michelle Gellar have just listed their home for $5,499,000.
The home, built 23 years ago, is fully furbished with amenities indicative of the California life -- and the American dream for that matter.
The property's gorgeous landscaping is tailored to its' impeccable canyon views.
Ambuehl added that that the 7,600-sq. foot home sits on "an extremely large property" sure to "suit a lot of buyers."
The dining room is perfect for an A-list dinner party, as neighbors in the highfalutin area include Jennifer Aniston, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
Other features of the kitchen include high-end cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
In recent years, Gellar has been seen on CBS' series the Crazy Ones, while Prinze worked as a writer for the WWE for some time.
The family room is the perfect place for an NFL Sunday, or movie night for that matter.
The couple also stayed busy for much of the past decade lending their talents to the Robot Chicken series.
Prinze and Gellar have raised their kids Rocky and Charlotte at the posh property.
Mirror, mirror on the wall ... Gellar was one of the preeminent sex symbols of the 90s with her career-launching turn as Buffy.
The home's master suite is amplified by 15-foot high ceilings.
Gellar and Prinze, married since 2002, are the rare instance of a young Hollywood couple in it for the long haul.
Chandeliers add to the high-end ambiance of the mansion.
Rub-a-dub-dub! A giant bath like this makes for the perfect nightcaps to a long day.
The simple design and light colors make this the place to raise a little princess.
Gellar, 36, has been seen taking her daughter Charlotte to ballet classes in recent weeks.
With views like this, this home breathes life to the old adage, "There's no business like show business."
I Know What You Did Last Summer stars Freddie Prinze Jr. and Sarah Michelle Gellar have placed their home in the exclusive Holmby Hills community on the market for $5.49 million, and we’ve got a look at the abode for you right here on RadarOnline.com.