A high-rise condominium owned by the late film star
has come on the market on the Wilshire Corridor at $1.15 million.
The two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bathroom unit at the Mirabella has views from Bel-Air to downtown. Features include two terraces and a master bedroom suite with a sitting area and fireplace.
Cooper, who died in May at 88, started acting as a child, starring in the 1931 films including "Skippy" and "The Champ." He went on the perform on Broadway as an adult, then on television. He won two Emmys for directing in the '70s.
Sue Ann Simon of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills, and Heather Klein of Teles Properties, Beverly Hills, are the listing agents.