Actor and screenwriter Gary Conway of “Land of the Giants” fame has listed his home in the land of the Westside for sale at $2.95 million.
Found in Brentwood, the French farmhouse-style residence, built in 1977, borrows heavily from European influences and includes such touches as hand-plastered walls, wood-plank flooring and steel-frame windows.
Opening through a shaded entry, the 4,500 square feet of living space features a two-story living room with a fireplace and separate musician’s loft, a formal dining room with garden views and a kitchen with a separate fireplace. The second floor counts three bedrooms, three full baths and an art studio. A maid’s room resides on the lower level.
Outdoors, a patio and pool area sit among mature palms and native flora. Elaborate fountains and a terrace for entertaining also reside on the relaxed grounds.
Conway, 78, is known for his roles as Capt. Steve Burton in the Irwin Allen sci-fi series (1968-1970) and as Det. Tim Tilson in the detective series “Burke’s Law” (1963-1965). Among his film credits are “I was a Teenage Frankenstein” (1957) and “Over the Top” (1987).
Records show that Conway and his wife, former Miss America Marian Carmody, previously leased out the Brentwood property for more than a decade. Mary Lu Tuthill of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Brentwood is the listing agent.
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