A condominium in West Hollywood owned by comic actor Milton Berle and his wife, Lorna, has come on the market at $695,000.


The Shoreham Towers condo has views of downtown L.A., Santa Monica and the ocean. The one-bedroom, 11/2-bathroom unit features an updated kitchen and motorized window shades. Floor-to-ceiling stacking glass doors open to a balcony with a counter and seating. The high-rise building includes a pool, a gym and a doorman.

Berle, who died in 2002 at 93, was an early television star following work in vaudeville, on the stage and in radio. He hosted such 1950s shows as "The Colgate Comedy Hour" and "The Milton Berle Show." His film credits include the 1963 comedy "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World." Berle was awarded an Emmy for lifetime achievement in 1996.

Hannah Hodgden of Snyder Sutton Real Estate is the listing agent.

lauren.beale@latimes.com