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David Cooley's Beverly Hills home for sale for $9,195,000

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Nightclub impresario David Cooley, who started the Abbey Food and Bar in West Hollywood in the early '90s, has listed his Beverly Hills home at $9,195,000.

The gated Trousdale-area contemporary has four bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 6,350 square feet. The rebuilt and expanded 1964 house, designed and developed by Cooley's real estate partner Scott Unger for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining, sits on nearly half an acre with city views visible through walls of glass. The 2,000-square-foot master bedroom suite contains a sitting room and cocktail bar, a massage room and dual walk-in closets. Outdoor areas include a swimming pool, covered and open-air patios and a fireplace.

Cooley merged his business in 2006 with Los Angeles-based SBE, which has plans to reproduce the Abbey in other cities nationwide.

The listing agent is Barry Peele of Sotheby's International Realty, Beverly Hills.

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