The Marxes are making moves in the 90210.
Fitness icon Gilda Marx and husband Bob, who is the son of actor Gummo Marx, have listed their English manor-style home in Beverly Hills for $12.5 million.
The couple bought the property the year it was built in 1982, which was half a decade after they founded their fitness company, Gilda Marx Inc. Through gates, the half-acre grounds open to a motor court with hedges and a fountain.
Brick and stone cover the facade, and the double-door entry leads to a grand foyer with a red-carpet staircase. In 8,649 square feet, there’s a two-story living room, a family room with beamed ceilings and parquet floors, a chandelier-topped dining room and a center-island kitchen.
Other custom spaces include a stone fireplace lounge with built-in seating, a wood-paneled library with a winding staircase, a wet bar with stained-glass windows, a wine closet and a sky-lit dining area. A vacuum elevator runs between floors.
Dramatic vaulted ceilings top the master suite, one of six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. The master bedroom opens to a balcony overlooking a landscaped backyard with a spa-fed swimming pool trimmed in stone.
To the side of the yard, there’s a covered dining area with chandeliers and drapes.
Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage holds the listing.