The estate of the late Sam Simon of ‘The Simpsons’ fame includes a Richard Neutra-designed home
The estate of the late co-creator of “The Simpsons,” Sam Simon, is for sale in Pacific Palisades at $18 million.
The two-part compound includes the Baily Case Study House, designed by modernist architect Richard Neutra, and a contemporary main house. The 1950s and ‘60s Case Study Program encouraged experimentation with new materials and designs.
Simon had the Baily House restored during his ownership, and it is now a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.
Among features of the main house are a high-ceilinged entry with a staircase, interior archways, a spacious living room and a theater/game room with a bar. There are four bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, two powder rooms and 8,959 square feet of living space.
The 1.3 acres of grounds include a stone deck, an infinity-edge pool, a lawn and mature plantings.
Simon, who died this year at 59, was a director, writer and producer. The nine-time Emmy winner wrote for such shows as “Taxi” and “Cheers” before helping to develop the long-running animated sitcom.
Stephen Sigoloff and Billy Rose of the Agency are the listing agents.
Inside the homes of the rich and famous.
Glimpse their lives and latest real estate deals in our weekly newsletter.
You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.