Beverly Hills home of Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley is up for sale

The longtime Beverly Hills home of late entertainers Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley is on the market for $7.25 million.

The Traditional-style home, built in 1948, changed hands a year ago for $3.6 million and has since been extensively renovated by SimoDesign. The resulting modernized house has an overarching aesthetic that is light and contemporary.

Among details of note are a floating staircase, modern fixtures and a glass-enclosed wine closet with enough storage for 300 bottles. An updated kitchen has an island/bar and a pantry wall with glass doors, and a great room boasts vaulted ceilings and a fireplace.

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11:55 a.m. May 13: An earlier version of this story said the home is listed for sale at $7.5 million. The list price is $7.25 million.

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An office, a dining room with a wet bar, a theater room, a yoga studio, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms are also within the 6,200 square feet of interiors. In the master suite, which includes a sitting room and lavish bath, large iron-framed windows bring the outdoors inside.

Shaded by mature trees, gated grounds of three-quarters of an acre center on a new glass pavilion and bocce ball court. Elsewhere, a brick patio surrounds a long swimming pool.

Boni Bryant and Joe Reichling of Sotheby’s International Realty are the listing agents.

Collins, who died in 2012 at 74, was a prolific actor and Emmy-winning talk-show host. Among his television credits are the original “Hawaii Five-O,” “The Bionic Woman” and “Alf.”

He also hosted the daytime talk show “Hour Magazine,” for which he won a Daytime Emmy, and the Miss America Pageant.

Mobley, who died two years ago at 77, was an actress and a former Miss America. She appeared on such shows as “Perry Mason,” “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” and “Diff’rent Strokes.”

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