By SARAH SHMERLING | Editor-in-Chief
The home of late writer/producer Steven Bochco—previously lived in by Sylvester Stallone for 10 years beginning in the 1970s—has been listed for $35 million by his estate, according to a report by Dirt.
Designed by architect Paul Williams and built in 1937, the recently remodeled home is located in The Riviera.
“The Steven Bochco estate by famed architect Paul Williams, situated on a double lot comprised of nearly 1.4 acres, is the most exquisite offering on the market today,” according to the listing. “Through the gates and surrounded by an irreplaceable masonry wall and lush landscaping, the level of privacy is unmatched with park-like grounds … ”
With seven bedrooms, as well as nine full and two partial bathrooms, the estate is spread out over 10,853 square feet of living space. The property features an array of amenities, including a pool and spa, cabana, guest house, expansive yard, and tennis court.
Inside the home, an “entertainer’s floor plan” has been designed to flow seamlessly into each room, offering an abundance of natural light. The main residence includes a gourmet chef’s kitchen, library, formal living room, family room complete with projector screen and a private guest apartment wing.
The primary suite includes vaulted ceilings, as well as dual bathrooms and walk-in closets.
“This trophy estate is an architectural masterpiece in the most prime area of Los Angeles to create the ultimate compound in The Riviera,” the listing concluded.
The listing is held by Aaron Kirman, Dalton Gomez and Morgan Trent with Compass.
Emmy Award-winning Bochco, who died four years ago at the age of 74 following a leukemia diagnosis, is known for developing a number of television series, including “Hill Street Blues,” “L.A. Law” “Doogie Howser, M.D.” and “NYPD Blue.”
Bochco and his wife Dayna hosted Hillary Clinton’s first Southern California fundraising visit as a presidential candidate at the home in May 2015. A group of 200 supporters gathered at the time, raising $800,000 for the Hillary for America fund.
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