The midcentury modern, designed by architect William Sutherland Beckett, was built in 1952 for Evans. The 3.8-acre property includes a four-bedroom, five-bathroom main house with an enclosed bridge connecting the upper and lower levels.
Evans, who died in 2007 at 92, teamed with Jay Livingston to become the Academy Award-winning songwriting team responsible for "Mona Lisa," "Que Sera, Sera" and "Buttons and Bows."
Kristina Long and Jennifer Meyers of Rodeo Realty's Sunset Strip office are the listing agents.
Clothier to divest in Sunset Strip
Bebe Stores founder Manny Mashouf has put a Sunset Strip-area home on the market at $4.65 million.
The 5,200-square-foot home opens to a backyard infinity pool, spa, fire pit and outdoor kitchen. The contemporary Mediterranean features cathedral ceilings in the living room, ocean and city views, four bedrooms, 41/2 bathrooms and a four-car garage.
Public records show Mashouf bought the property in 2006 for $4.264 million.
The clothing store magnate bought the house for use by one of his children, who has moved to San Francisco to launch an anti-aging water called Fix, said listing agent Susan Del Prete of Nelson Shelton & Associates.
It's a small world after all
James Fielding, president of Disney Stores Worldwide, has bought a house in Pasadena for more than $2 million, public records show.
The midcentury modern-style house, built in 1955, features raised fireplaces in the living and family rooms, skylights, a children's playroom, six bedrooms and five bathrooms in about 4,200 square feet. The half-acre of grounds include fruit trees and a rose garden.
Fielding has held his position since 2008. At the end of last year, he sold another midcentury house in Pasadena for $2.325 million.
Linda Chang and Brent Chang of Coldwell Banker's San Marino office were the listing agents, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Mark Ogden of Sotheby's International Realty, Pasadena, represented the buyer.