Peter Reckell, the actor formerly behind the hog-riding Bo Brady character on the NBC soap Days of Our Lives, has just sold the 3,345-square-foot eco-friendly Brentwood mansion he built with his wife, former Exposé singer Kelly Moneymaker, the LA Times reports. The Dwell-ready abode went for $3.35 million–it was listed three years ago at nearly $5 million–and features three bedrooms, four baths, koi pond, temperature-controlled wine cave and recording studio, meditation fountain, solar panel system, recycled glass terrazzo floors with radiant heating, and recycled denim and cotton insulation. Reckell and Moneymaker bought the property a decade ago for only $1.14 million before tearing down the current house and shipping it to Mexico for Habitat for Humanity (not your typical flippers). · Soap star Peter Reckell sells Brentwood eco-home for $3.35 million [LA Times]

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