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.
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.”