Home of the Day: Beverly Hills estate with television ties

Home of the Day: Producer Nick Vanoff's longtime estate is on the market for the first time in five decades

This 1930s Mediterranean-style estate, with a red-tiled roof and European-inspired landscaping, was home to late television producer Nick Vanoff and his choreographer wife, Felisa, for more than four decades. Designed for intimate and large-scale entertaining, the residence features formal spaces that open to vine-wrapped pergolas centering on a Italianate-style pool. A motor court with parking for up to 25 vehicles marks the entrance of the home.

Location: 910 N. Foothill Road, Beverly Hills, 90210

Price: $25 million

Year built: 1932

House size: 8,718 square feet, nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms

Lot size: 1.23 acres

Features: French doors, hardwood flooring, formal living room with fireplace, grand dining room, library, office/nursery, Cipriani-style pool, covered loggias, outdoor living room, manicured gardens, formal landscaping, motor court

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90210 ZIP Code in 2014 was $3.735 million, based on 319 sales, according to CoreLogic DataQuick. That was about a 7% increase in median price compared with 2013.

Agents: Jeff Kohl and Mauricio Umansky, The Agency

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