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You Won't Believe How Many Celebs Have Owned This Home

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Sure, plenty of homes out there have been owned by celebrities at some point. But few boast the star-studded history of 2620 Benedict Canyon Dr. in Beverly Hills, CA -- and its star status could shine even brighter now that it's on the market for $6.99 million.

"It's interesting for a home to have so many owners with a strong Hollywood history," notes listing agent Heather Bilyeu.

The two-story home is "perched above the street" with "lots of foliage," ensuring privacy. "You don't see any other house, and no other house is looking at you," she says. The home features hardwood flooring, an expanded and updated kitchen, vaulted and beamed ceilings, and a stone patio filled with trees.

Beyond the home's gorgeous features, many may be intrigued by its dynasty of famous owners. Curious to hear who among the Hollywood elite have inhabited these four walls? Check out this timeline below:

1976

This mansion is built for William Asher, producer and director of iconic TV shows such as "The Dukes of Hazzard" and "Bewitched" (Asher was once married to Elizabeth Montgomery, the actress who played suburban sorceress Samantha Stephens). It was smaller than its current 5,076 square footage and looked a bit different, too.

"It was probably a quaint, charming little farmhouse somewhere in the 2,500-square-foot range," speculates Bilyeu.

1983

From witches to … angels? Kate Jackson, who played one of the three original female detectives on "Charlie's Angels," bought the home from Asher and Montgomery.

1991

Master saxophonist Kenny G bought the five-bedroom home -- then expanded it to incorporate a recording studio where his instrument could perform those oh-so-sexy tunes (it now functions as a game room).

1998

Seven-time Wimbledon winner Pete Sampras -- perhaps the greatest American tennis player of all time -- purchased the home this year. Naturally, he added a tennis court on the 1.66-acre estate.

2004

Jon Peters -- the Hollywood producer who brought us movies such as "Man of Steel" and 1989's "Batman" -- buys the home with his now ex-wife Mindy Peters, who remains the current owner.

"Mindy recently finished a cosmetic remodel, updating it to a Hamptons-style restoration," Bilyeu says.

So who's next?

The house has been on the market for a little over a week, and it might not be for sale much longer. Bilyeu just held a "very busy" open house with one celebrity coming back later to walk around -- and he "walked it for quite some time," she says.

Or maybe it will be Scott Disick, reality TV star and father to babies with Kourtney Kardashian. Disick was spotted checking out the property with Josh Altman, who's Bilyeu's fianc, according to TMZ. The couple star on "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles."

So if you're in the market for a million-dollar mansion in the 90210, give Bilyeu a ring. After seeing this place, you might just have the moment you've been waiting for.