|Once in a generation does an estate of such exquisite quality, elegance, and serenity become available for purchase. 1911 Westridge Road is a private compound boasting some the most dramatic city, ocean, and mountain views on the west side. Perched on 10 acres just moments from Sunset Blvd. the estate boasts a main house featuring a dramatic gallery entry hall, 7 spacious bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, 4 half baths, chefs kitchen, a two story light filled library, professional screening room, paneled library, formal living room, incredible outdoor dining room, and a luxuriously large master suite with his and hers bathrooms/dressing rooms, and a study. The property also features a swimmers pool, a tennis court complete with an outdoor kitchen and bathroom, a 35 car garage, exceptional staff offices/facilities, security offices, two sensational guest houses, and acres of lushly landscaped grounds and rolling lawns. This is one of the great estates in Los Angeles, there is truly nothing like it.
Legendary television producer and writer Norman Lear has put his estate in Brentwood on the market at $55 million. Perhaps “The Jeffersons” co-creator and writer has a “deee-luxe apartment” in mind next..
The close to 10-acre knoll-top property was used to entertain political and Hollywood royalty during Lear’s 27-year tenure there. Those were the days, to borrow the theme song title from his hit show “All in the Family.”
His home office and often-used screening room are within the multi-structure living space.
TV producer, writer and show creator Norman Lear has listed his estate in Brentwood at $55 million.
The main house features an entry hall, a two-story library, a formal living room, seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and four powder rooms.
There are also two guesthouses, office facilities, security offices, a gym, a tennis court, a swimming pool and a 35-car garage.
The compound features city, ocean and mountain views.
Lear, who turned 93 this summer, produced a stream of successful sitcoms beginning in the 1970s with such hits as “One Day at a Time,” “Good Times” and “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.” And then there’s “Maude.”
He won multiple Emmy Awards for the groundbreaking “All in the Family,” which dealt with such rarely addressed issues as rape, racism and homosexuality.
The property previously changed hands in 1988 for $6.5 million, public records show.
Tandem Garage, Extended Length Garage, Side Vehicle Entry, Rear Vehicle Entry, Electric Door Openers, Separate Storage Areas, Long Driveway, Room for Car Lifts