The home of the late Sol Saks, the creator of the sitcom 'Bewitched,' sells in Sherman Oaks for $1.2 million. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom midcentury house of nearly 2,900 square feet sits on a flat half-acre lot with mature landscaping.
By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
January 4, 2012, 1:57 p.m.
The home of the late Sol Saks, the creator of the sitcom "Bewitched," has sold in Sherman Oaks for $1.2 million.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom midcentury house of nearly 2,900 square feet sits on a flat half-acre lot with mature landscaping.
Saks, who died in April at 100, wrote the pilot script for "Bewitched," collecting royalties for the series that ran from 1964 to 1972 but never writing another episode. Other writing credits include the screenplay for "Walk, Don't Run" (1966) and for the series "Mr. Adams and Eve" (1957-58).
Philip Feldman with Nelson Shelton & Associates of Beverly Hills had the listing. Matt Fonda of Coldwell Banker Studio City represented the buyer.
We've upgraded our reader commenting system. Learn more about the new features.
Los Angeles Times welcomes civil dialogue about our stories; you must register with the site to participate. We filter comments for language and adherence to our Terms of Service, but not for factual accuracy. By commenting, you agree to these legal terms. Please flag inappropriate comments.
Having technical problems? Check here for guidance.