The Beverly Hills home of talent agent Sue Mengers, who died last month at 79, has come on the market at $4.995 million.
The Hollywood Regency house, built in 1959, is a showcase of John Woolf's signature style. Centered on a rounded portico with Greek Revival columns, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home features an open living room with a fireplace, high ceilings and French doors that open to an oval pool. The 4,434-square-foot house sits on nearly a half acre.
Mengers, considered a trail blazer for female talent agents, represented such stars as Faye Dunaway, Candice Bergen, Steve McQueen and Burt Reynolds.
All offers must be submitted by Dec. 7, according to the listing. Myra Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates is the listing agent.