‘General Hospital’ producer puts Bel-Air estate up for lease or sale
Daytime television producer Shelley Curtis has listed her Bel-Air home for sale at $32.5 million or for lease at $59,000.
Shelley Curtis, producer of such daytime TV shows as “Days of Our Lives” and “General Hospital,” and her husband, cardiologist Frank Litvack, have listed their estate in Bel-Air for lease at $59,000 a month. Alternatively, the home is available for purchase with a list price of $32.5 million.
Set on an acre and a half of grounds, the French chateau-style home is reached by a gated drive that ends at a stone-lined motor court.
Features of the 10,427-square-foot house include marble and hardwood floors, gilded flourishes and beamed ceilings. A two-story entry with a spiral staircase sits just beyond the front door and opens to a step-down living room. A sunlit breakfast room, dining room, library and center-island kitchen are among the common areas.
The master suite, which has a fireplace and a sitting room, opens to a private balcony overlooking the backyard. There are seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms in all.
A lighted tennis court, a swimming pool, lawns and formal gardens make up the grounds.
Steve Frankel of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Myra Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates are the listing agents.
Curtis shared in multiple Daytime Emmy Awards for her work on “General Hospital.” Her other television credits include “All My Children,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “Monarch Cove.”
She and her husband bought the house new in 1997 for $4.295 million, records show.
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