Is Vinny Guadagnino already moving back to Staten Island full-time?
Less than nine months after he packed his bags on the East Coast to move out to West Hollywood part-time, the “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” star has listed his Los Angeles pad for $3.85 million.
Comprising three bedrooms and three baths, Guadagnino first purchased the home back in November 2020 for $3.5 million, according to property records. And, apparently, he was so keen on buying the property that he paid an additional $15,000 to get it.
Although a self-described mama’s boy and Staten Island loyalist, the part-time move to Los Angeles was presumably in hopes he could focus on his acting career.
But in the latest sign he may have already given up on that dream, 33-year-old Guadagnino is kissing goodbye to his luxury Mediterranean-style pad that boasts panoramic views of Century City, Beverly Hills and the ocean.
Fans who have been following the reality star have often seen inside the eye-catching residence through his social media.
In an Instagram post on Nov. 11, 2020, he wrote: “I’ve never gotten myself a birthday gift… so for my Jesus year, I’m blessed and thankful to have closed on another home. I’m officially bicoastal Vinny… to new beginnings, following dreams, and chasing goals… your second life begins when you realize you only have one… happy bday me.”
Situated above Sunset Plaza and tucked away on a cul-de-sac, the home has been described as a “completely remodeled oasis,” with its own saltwater pool and spa combo on an expansive backyard terrace.
The home features wide-plank hardwood and tile flooring throughout, as well as vaulted ceilings.
Additionally, the 24-foot custom Euroline sliding doors provide easy indoor/outdoor living vibes.
Equipped with a smart home system, you can program the lights, music and temperature with a simple remote.
In his latest project, Guadagnino competed on “The Masked Singer” spin-off “The Masked Dancer.” He appeared as the character “Hammerhead” — as in shark — and was eliminated in the sixth spot during the Battle of the Super Six.
The Post has reached out to his reps for comment.