The penthouse of Academy Award winning lyricist Hal David has come on the market in Westwood at $5.15 million.
Set atop a 22-story building along Wilshire Boulevard, the 4,150-square-foot, two-level unit features fireplaces in the living room and den, a kitchen with an island and a breakfast area, two terraces, a staircase, an in-unit elevator, three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
There's plenty of space for a piano, and there are even city views from the stand-alone bathtub.
The building, constructed in 1982, has a swimming pool, a gym, a library, a 24-hour valet and concierge services.
David, who died two years ago at 91, famously partnered with composer Burt Bacharach. Their hit collaborations included "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," "This Guy's in Love With You" and "Walk on By." Dionne Warwick, the Carpenters and Tom Jones were among those who saw commercial success singing their songs.
His Oscar-winning works includes "What's New Pussycat?," "Alfie" and "The Look of Love."
The pop lyricist bought the penthouse in 1991 for $1.75 million.