The Sunset Strip-area home of film and TV producer David Niven Jr. has come on the market at $5.75 million.
The contemporary Mediterranean has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 6,600 square feet. There are high ceilings, crown molding, skylights, a library and treetop and city light views. The living room opens to a swimming pool, an outdoor entertainment area and rose gardens. The single-story house was built in 1967.
Niven, 66, has a dozen producing credits, including the 1976 classic "The Eagle Has Landed." He is the former head of the William Morris Agency for Europe and the former head of production for Columbia Pictures and Paramount Pictures based in London. He played the British foreign minister in "Rush Hour 3" (2007). The eldest son of Academy Award-winning actor David Niven Sr., he is chairman emeritus of the anti-drunk-driving organization RADD and founder and chairman of the bicycle safety group See a Child Save a Child.
The listing agents are Joyce Rey and Debra Smalley, both of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills.