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Hot Property: Holmby Hills estate sells for $13.2 million

October 20, 2009 |  1:54 pm

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A 1937 estate in Holmby Hills owned by radio and TV host Art Linkletter in the 1950s, Oscar-winning composer Henry Mancini in the 1990s and former Hollywood Park owner Marge Everett until 2005 has sold for $13.2 million.

The Georgian-style traditional house includes nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms in about 12,000 square feet. The gated two-story has a formal entry with a sweeping spiral staircase, a paneled library with a hidden door to the wine cellar, a 50-foot-long screening room and staff quarters.

The 2,500-square-foot master bedroom wing contains a sitting room, his and hers bathrooms, four of the home’s eight fireplaces, a sauna and a terrace overlooking the grounds.

The remodeled property originally came on the market in May 2008 at $27.5 million and previously sold in 2006 for $10.25 million, according to public records.

There are more photos at latimes.com.

--Lauren Beale

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Photo: The house sits on about three-quarters of an acre with a front motor court, a swimming pool, a spa and a two-bedroom guesthouse. Jeeb Naiman O’Reilly of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills, and Stephen Resnick of Westside Estate Agency, Beverly Hills, had the listing. Eric Hassan of Coldwell Banker’s Beverly Hills East office represented the buyer. Credit: Adrian Anz

 

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