Television mega-producer and screenwriter Shonda Rhimes has listed her longtime estate in Hancock Park, but her setting will remain rooted in the historic neighborhood.
Rhimes is seeking $9.995 million for the 1920s Traditional that she has called home since 2010. The move comes roughly a year after the Hollywood force bought another home in the area for $4.6 million, The Times previously reported.
The nearly 8,300-square-foot house sits up from the street on a half-acre lot and features hedges and mature Sycamore and Elm trees off the front. Beyond the formal entry, the main house includes scaled formal rooms, a library and chef’s kitchen that opens to the den.
Two bathrooms, two walk-in closets and a sitting room/office comprise the master suite. Another bedroom, formerly another office, is where Rhimes penned screenplays for many of her hit shows.
Outside, there’s a swimming pool, lawn and a detached pool cabana. The home’s total square footage includes the cabana.
Ed Solorzano of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties holds the listing.