Veteran CBS executive John Wentworth and his partner, restaurateur Jamie Gluck, have put their home in historic Windsor Square up for sale at $4.1 million.
The Mediterranean Revival-style house was originally built in 1921 and later renovated and restored by architect William Hefner, whose other works include the 60,000-square-foot mansion in Bel-Air known as Château des Fleurs.
Filled with classic character and contemporary details, the 3,902-square-foot home has arched doors and windows, subdued hues and a formal entry with the original iron staircase. Custom millwork is another period feature of the home.
Among common areas is a formal living room with a fireplace and painted beams, a formal dining room and a media room/den. An updated chef’s kitchen centers on an oversized island topped with honed marble.
Including a detached guesthouse, which has a separate gym and patio, there are five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The master suite takes in a view of the grounds.
French doors open to a covered portico that opens to a swimming pool. Formal gardens and privacy hedges complete the setting.
The property last changed hands more than a decade ago for $1.4 million, records show.
Bill Coveny of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties holds the listing.
Wentworth has spent more than three decades with CBS Television Distribution, where he currently serves as the executive vice president of communications. He is planning to retire from the company next year.
Gluck is the owner of the antipasti bar/deli Bell Street Farm in the Santa Ynez Valley.