The unit has an open floor plan and includes a wet bar and an antique carved fireplace. The kitchen defines "to die for": Viking range top, four ovens, four dishwashers, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and limestone countertops. The building comes with a rooftop pool and sun deck, a conference/party room, 24-hour security and concierge service and extra storage.
Joyce Rey of Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills East office has the listing.
NHL star sells for a cool $3.4 million
Luc Robitaille has performed the real estate equivalent of a hat trick -- scoring a buyer for his Westwood house in just one day. The retired hockey star and his record-producer and singer wife, Stacia, fetched $3.4 million for their traditional home, not far off their $3.5-million asking price.
The five-bedroom, 4 1/2 -bathroom, two-story house has 4,518 square feet. Features include hardwood floors, crown moldings and built-ins throughout.
There is a formal dining room with a bay window. The master-bedroom suite has a fireplace, two walk-in closets and a spa tub. Wood-beamed ceilings frame the family room, which also has a fireplace. A third fireplace is in the living room. There is a pool and a sports court: a hardscape hockey rink in the backyard.
The 42-year-old hockey player set the NHL record for most goals and total points scored by a left wing. He had 63 goals and 125 points in the 1992-93 season.
He retired in 2006 after playing for the Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers and Detroit Red Wings. Stacia Robitaille is a founding artist of Raystone Records.
John Hathorn and Charles Pence of Pence Hathorn Silver Realty, Coldwell Banker-Montana, Santa Monica, had the listing. Janice Reihani of Nelson Shelton & Associates of Beverly Hills represented the buyer.
He's wrestling for a home buyer
Before there was Mickey Rourke looking for love in "The Wrestler," there was Walter Doniger's "Mad Bull" in 1977 about -- you got it -- a wrestler looking for love. Nothing wrong with a good idea, even the second time around.
Director Doniger, who is 91, has listed his 8,751-square-foot house in Hancock Park at $3,999,000.
The Italian Renaissance home has a two-story, octagon entryway, a grand main hall and a stone fireplace in the living room.
There is a breakfast room with hand-painted walls and ceiling, a paneled library with a coffered ceiling and stenciling, a tiled kitchen and a two-bedroom maids' suite with a separate kitchen. The house has an additional four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sun room and a den.
Doniger also directed "Kentucky Woman" in 1983, plus episodes of popular TV shows including "Bat Masterson," "Tombstone Territory," "Ellery Queen," "Marcus Welby, M.D.," "Barnaby Jones" and "Peyton Place."
Molly McGinty of Coldwell Banker, Hancock Park North office, is the listing agent.