A Mediterranean villa that once belonged to Phil Rosenthal, creator of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” is up for grabs at $9.85 million in Hancock Park.
That’s a $4-million hike since Rosenthal’s tenure. The writer-producer sold the home in 2007 for $5.85 million, records show.
Built in 1936, the home sits on a corner lot across the street from the Wilshire Country Club golf course. A rotunda foyer with French doors, inlaid wood floors and custom crown molding sets a stately tone.
Bow windows pop up in the living room and wood-paneled office. The main level also holds a formal dining room, center-island kitchen, indoor-outdoor sun room and family room with a wet bar.
A rounded loft with built-ins sits atop the sweeping staircase. Six bedrooms and seven bathrooms round out the 8,533-square-foot interior, including a master suite with two balconies.
Outside, arched doorways open to the backyard, where hedges surround a patio, pool and spa.
Aaron Kirman and Neyshia Go of Pacific Union International hold the listing.