Daryl Katz, the billionaire owner of the Edmonton Oilers hockey franchise, has bought a house in Bel-Air for $9.1 million. The seller was Henry Morton, the son of hotelier Peter Morton.
Tucked behind chrome gates on about one-third of an acre, the late 1950s Midcentury residence was once owned by Arthur Marx, the son of comedian and actor Groucho Marx.
Entered through a glass front door, the 3,040 square feet of space opens to a formal living room with a wall fireplace. A dining room, a kitchen with a wine refrigerator, a media area, three bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms complete the open-area living space.
Walls of sliding glass doors open to...