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‘Mission: Impossible’s’ Barbara Bain parts ways with home in Mid-Wilshire

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Veteran actress Barbara Bain has sold her home in the Mid-Wilshire area for $1.675 million. She bought the property nine years ago for $1.499 million, records show.
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Veteran television, theater and film actress Barbara Bain has sold her home in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles for $1.675 million.

The Spanish-style house, built in the 1920s and since updated, has a contemporary feel with dark wood and polished concrete floors, white walls and coffered ceilings.

Within more than 1,750 square feet of interior space are a living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room and an eat-in kitchen. The master suite — one of three bedrooms and two bathrooms — has French doors that open to the grounds.


Outside, tropical landscaping surrounds a swimming pool and spa. Elsewhere is a Zen-like waterfall feature and a detached guest house complete with a living area and second kitchen.

Bain bought the house seven years ago for $1.499 million, records show.

Judy Leach of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage was the listing agent. Karim Ghelani of Rodeo Realty represented the buyer.

Bain, 85, won a trio of Emmy Awards for her role as Cinnamon Carter in the “Mission: Impossible” television series. Among her other television credits is “Richard Diamond, Private Detective,” “Diagnosis: Murder” and “Space: 1999.”


This year she appeared in the film “Silver Skies” and the medical TV drama “Code Black.”

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