TV Auteur Norman Lear Lists His Villa For $40 Million
Legendary television writer and producer listed his Brentwood property for a whopping $40 million.
It is not the first time he has listed the estate. Back in 2015, he listed the villa for $50 million and in 2017 for $39.96.
Lear and his wife Lyn Davis' beautiful house sits on 14,000-square-foot with amenities like a home office and a double-height library.
They bought the residence back in 1995 shortly after getting married for $6.5 million.
The 97-year-old Lear has given us gems like Sanford and Son, All in the Family, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, Good Times, and Maude, to name a few.
Norman Lear and wife Lyn Davis have yet again listed their Brentwood property, and this time in a much lower price than before.
The couple first tried to sell the home back in 2015 for $55 million and in 2017 for $39.96 before taking the listing off the market.
Again 2019, Lear has listed the estate for nearly $40 million. He bought the dream house back in 1995 for $6.5 million.
The mansion sits on 10-acre, where the centerpiece of the property spreads over the area of the 14,000-square-foot main house, reached via the long gated driveway.
It features eight full bathrooms, four half baths, and seven bedrooms with amenities like a double-height library, a home office, built-in bookshelves, and a professional-caliber home screening room. The property also has staff offices, a tennis court, a garage that fits around 28 cars, a gym, and a swimming pool.
Lear mentioned in one of his interviews that the house is very much dear to him as he started his new life with his then-new wife in that home.
The pair also raised their three children; son Benjamin Davis Lear and twin daughters Madeline Rose Lear and Brianna Elizabeth Lear.
Besides, the TV producer has three other kids from his previous marriages- a Daughter named Ellen Lear from the first marriage with Charlotte Rosen and two daughters Kate Breckir LaPook and Maggie Beth Lear from the second marriage with Frances Loeb.
As of now, Lear and Davis are planning to spend more time at their lavish apartment in Manhattan and are also looking for a smaller estate in Los Angeles.