Rich Eisen and Suzy Shuster list Beverly Hills home for $3.3 million
Sports radio and television host Rich Eisen and his wife, sportscaster Suzy Shuster, have put their home in Beverly Hills on the market for $3.295 million.
The longtime residence of Frank Liberman, the late publicist to such Hollywood heavyweights as Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller and Robert Goulet, the 1950s house was recently updated and has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in more than 3,100 square feet of open-plan living space.
The interior, done in dark wood floors and topped with large skylights, includes a formal living room with a wall fireplace, a media room, an office and an eat-in kitchen. A row of glass doors in the dining room takes in the landscaped grounds.
A lower level has a wine cellar, a laundry room and a two-car garage.
Outdoors, steps lead down to a swimming pool and spa flanked by an outdoor living room, built-in barbecue and fire pit. Privacy hedges made up of bamboo and olive trees complete the setting.
Eisen, 46, was a mainstay of ESPN’s “SportsCenter” for nearly a decade before joining the NFL Network in 2003. His radio show, “The Rich Eisen Show,” is broadcast on Sirius and Fox Sports Radio.
Shuster, 43, is an Emmy-Award-winning sportscaster who has previously worked for ESPN/ABC Sports, Fox Sports Net and NBA-TV.
The couple bought the house in 2003 for $1.94 million, public records show.
Edward Fitz of the Agency is the listing agent.
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