Celebrated producer Norman Lear has relisted his estate in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles for $39.95 million, or about $15 million less than the original listing price last year.
Don’t call it a rerun. Celebrated television producer Norman Lear and his wife, Lyn, have relisted their estate in Brentwood for $39.95 million, or about $15 million less than the original listing.
The property originally came on the market last year at $55 million, but with additional acreage and a three-bedroom house that is not included with the new offering.
Crowning an 8-plus-acre knoll, the Lears’ longtime home includes his home office and an often-used screening room.
An entry hall, a two-story library, seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and four powder rooms also lie within approximately 14,000 square feet of living space.
There are also a pair of guesthouses, office facilities, security offices, a tennis court and a gym. A large covered patio opens to a swimming pool and spa. The garage can accommodate up to 35 cars.
Views take in the cityscape, mountains and ocean.
The property previously changed hands in 1988 for $6.5 million, records show.
The 94-year-old Lear won multiple Emmy Awards for the groundbreaking sitcom “All in the Family” and has scores of credits, including “The Jeffersons,” “One Day at a Time” and “Good Times.”