Leeza Gibbons seeks $18.5 million for East Coast-vibe mansion in Beverly Hills
Former “Entertainment Tonight” co-host Leeza Gibbons has hung a “for sale” sign on her Beverly Hills home, listing the East Coast-inspired estate at $18.5 million.
A shrub-lined brick walkway approaches the two-story home, which sits on half an acre of landscaped grounds.
Past the formal entry, a winding staircase sits between a living room with a fireplace and a formal dining room. Also within the 6,570-square-foot interior is a chef’s kitchen, a breakfast nook and a theater room.
Five bedrooms and six bathrooms are spread across the main estate, with the master suite boasting its own foyer and private balcony. A guest house adds a living room, kitchen, bedroom and three bathrooms.
Outside, privacy hedges enclose a pool, spa, lawn and covered lounge.
Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Residential and Gregg Silver of Keller Williams Beverly Hills are the co-listing agents.
Gibbons, 60, hosted “Leeza,” her daytime talk show, from 1993 to 2000. More recently, she’s hosted “America Now” and the PBS show “My Generation.”
In 2015, she won Celebrity Apprentice, becoming the second woman to win the reality show.
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