Bob Mackie, designer to the stars, puts his Hollywood Hills West home up for sale
Renowned fashion designer Bob Mackie has put his home of more than a decade in Hollywood Hills West on the market for $2.175 million.
The ranch-style house on a corner lot was built in 1962 and has five bedrooms and four and a half baths in more than 3,400 square feet of living space.
Among common areas is a living room with a midcentury-style rock fireplace, a formal dining room with built-in shelves and an office. A burnt orange backsplash and island countertop lend a pop of color to the eat-in kitchen.
One of two master suites has adjacent built-in bookshelves, a sitting area and French doors that open to a trellis-topped sitting area.
A patio patterned in herringbone brick, a swimming pool and drought tolerant landscaping make up the one-third-acre grounds.
Mackie, 75, is a nine-time Emmy winner and three-time Oscar nominee who dressed such stars as Cher, Bette Midler, Judy Garland and Joan Rivers. He designed costumes for Carol Burnett on “The Carol Burnett Show” during its entire run, as well as its spinoff “Mama’s Family.”
He bought the house in 2005 for $1.695 million, records show.
Greg Harris of Compass and Michael Collins of Coldwell Banker share the listing.
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