A former home of Rob Reiner, the Hollywood juggernaut who directed such films as “A Few Good Men” and “The Princess Bride,” has sold in Beverly Hills for $3.925 million.
The three-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home, described in the listing as a “Connecticut carriage house,” was on and off the market for the better part of 2017 before selling in December. It had been listed for $4.55 million at the time of the sale, records show.
Gates and a thicket of trees surround the two-story house, which dates to 1938. The home sits on a roughly one-acre lot with a swimming pool and spa, a one-bedroom guesthouse and an observation deck.
French doors are never more than a few steps away in the common areas, and lead from the living room, formal dining room and breakfast area to various patios. The 2,701-square-foot floor plan also features crown molding, built-ins and exposed beam ceilings.
Dual walk-in closets and a sitting area highlight the master suite. A center-island kitchen, wine room and office with garden views complete the home.
Reiner bought the property in 1988 for $777,500 and sold it a decade later for more than twice that amount — $1.94 million. More recently, the property traded hands in 2001 for $3.2 million, records show.
Linda May of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Realty, held the listing. Jodi Korn Radoff of Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer.
Reiner, 70, was nominated for an Academy Award for the 1992 film “A Few Good Men.” He also directed “Stand by Me” (1986) and “When Harry Met Sally…” (1989) and has a steady stream of acting credits since, including “This Is Spinal Tap” and “The Wolf of Wall Street.”