TV producer Steven Bochco’s Pacific Palisades estate lists for $35 million

TV producer Steven Bochco’s Pacific Palisades estate lists for $35 million

The longtime dwelling of Steven Bochco — the late TV producer behind exhibits equivalent to “Hill Road Blues” and “L.A. Legislation” — has surfaced on the market at $35 million in Pacific Palisades.

The standard-style property has a number of good issues going for it. First off, it was in-built 1937 by Paul R. Williams, the long-lasting architect who labored on 1000’s of initiatives throughout Southern California throughout his prolific profession that included the Beverly Hills Lodge.

The property additionally sits on a double-lot with 1.4 acres, making it considered one of solely a handful of properties at present available on the market within the Palisades with greater than an acre.

There’s additionally a little bit of celeb pedigree, because the property was as soon as owned by actor Sylvester Stallone. Bochco purchased it in 1997 and died in 2018. His property is overseeing the sale.

Tucked behind gates and surrounded by a masonry wall for further privateness, the property facilities on a ten,853-square-foot mansion with seven bedrooms and eight bogs unfold throughout two tales. Heat woods and white partitions combine within the dwelling areas, and the kitchen provides some aptitude with a brick fire and breakfast nook topped by a rotunda.

One other rotunda hangs above the lobby, which options partitions of home windows and a sweeping staircase. Different highlights embody a library, wine cellar, non-public visitor wing and household room with a projector.

Gardens and grass encompass a swimming pool and spa out again. A guesthouse, cabana and tennis court docket full the scene.

Bochco racked up 10 Emmy Awards throughout his decades-long profession for “Hill Road Blues,” “L.A. Legislation” and “NYPD Blue.” His different credit embody “Cop Rock” and “Doogie Howser, M.D.”

Aaron Kirman, Morgan Trent and Dalton Gomez of the Aaron Kirman Group at Compass maintain the itemizing.

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