It was a green Christmas for Jerry Van Dyke.
The star of "Coach" sold his Toluca Lake home, built by singer Bing Crosby in 1936, for a cool $2.3 million. The buyers were entertainment publicist Keri Fretty-Stickney and attorney Larry Stickney, who moved in just before Christmas.
"We love the history of the house. I have every Bing Crosby CD and am playing them all now," Fretty-Stickney said.
Van Dyke, 66, put the 2.5-acre estate on the market when his comedy series ended its nine-year run last season. He planned to take a year off but has been working steadily, including a role in the new show "Teen Angel."
"If I had known that I was going to be put to work so much, I would have kept the house," the actor told the Los Angeles Times in Sunday's edition.