Classic Beverly Hills Mid-Century Modern!
A Mid-Century modern house in Beverly Hills that was owned by Sherwood Schwartz, creator and producer of TV favorites such as Gilligan’s Island and The Brady Bunch is for sale.
Built in 1969 and recently updated by designer-to-the-stars, Trip Haenisch, to bring it into the 21st century and enhance its classic style, the house opens completely to the outdoors, blending the inside with the exterior and capturing the canyon and city views. Its 5,500 square feet include four bedrooms and five baths and uses Carrera marble and bleached wide plank floors throughout. The master suite houses a separate office-television room and separate his/hers master baths and large walk-in closets. The kitchen is furnished with high-end appliances, a butler’s pantry and the dining room displays a whole-wall temperature-controlled wine cellar for a dramatic focal point. Additional luxuries include a pool and spa, two bars, two fireplaces, three fire pits, a three-car garage and large motor court.
In the years before his television hits as a producer, Schwartz was a writer for The Bob Hope Show, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, My Favorite Martian and The Red Skelton Show. Winner of an Emmy, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and inducted into the Television Hall of Fame, Schwartz died in 2011 at the age of 94.
Originally listed at $13.495 million, the home was recently reduced to $11.995 million
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