A gated home in Los Feliz once owned by
has sold for $3.7 million, which is $50,000 more than its list price.
The two-story French Normandy house, built in 1932, was on the market for 12 days before entering escrow, and it closed in about a month.
Original features include the stained leaded-glass windows, two bars and a Juliet balcony overlooking the two-story living room. The house has four bedrooms and five bathrooms in about 6,000 square feet.
Disney, who in the 1920s co-founded what became the
with his brother Roy O. Disney, died in 1966 at 65.
Listing agent Patricia Ruben of
International Realty, Los Feliz, received inquiries from around the world about the house. Jody Margolis of Keller Williams, Studio City, represented the buyer.