Jane Fonda and Richard Perry seek $13 million for Beverly Hills home with glass elevator
Music producer Richard Perry and actress Jane Fonda are readying for a scene change in Beverly Hills, listing their home of five years for sale at $12.999 million.
The contemporary-style home, built in 1961 and completely renovated, was previously owned by Emmy-winning television director John Rich, who died in 2012 at 86. Fonda and Perry paid $7.3 million for the home that year, The Times previously reported.
Tucked behind gates in the Trousdale Estates area, the multi-level house boasts clean lines, open living spaces and walls of double-glazed glass that take in the grounds. A glass elevator sits in the heart of the home and services each level.
Other features of note include an updated chef’s kitchen equipped with an oversized island and bi-folding doors that open to a large terrace. An adjoining breakfast area has a fireplace feature built into the window.
Downstairs, there’s a recording studio, a media room and a diner-style wet bar. A wall of gold records pays homage to Perry’s scores of hits.
A separate sitting room and office accompanies the white-walled master suite. In all, there are four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in more than 7,500 square feet of interior space.
Outdoors, the more than three-quarter-acre site centers on a solar-heated swimming pool. A covered patio, a meditation garden and a viewing area with a fire pit fill out the backyard. Views extend from the surrounding canyon to the ocean.
Jade Mills and Valerie Fitzgerald of Coldwell Banker Previews International hold the listing.
Fonda, 79, won Oscars in 1972 for “Klute” and in 1979 for “Coming Home.” She currently appears on the Netflix series “Grace and Frankie.”
Perry, 74, has produced albums for such stars as Rod Stewart, Carly Simon and the Pointer Sisters.
Fonda and Perry started dating eight years ago. They intend to find another house nearby.
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