A Manhattan Beach, California, estate as soon as house to a Hollywood writer-producer in addition to 2 popular sports figures just recently cost $10.5 million. The five-bedroom estate lies in the Hill District of the Southern California seaside city, a little enclave understood for its big lots and distinguished homes.
The house with French Nation style at 501 John Street was offered in Might by professional photographer Annette Lombardi and Danny Zuker, the Emmy Acclaimed author and executive manufacturer of the popular television comedy “Modern Household.” The series ran 249 episodes prior to it ended in 2020.
Your house was formerly owned by Big league Baseball gamer Ken Brett, the older sibling of Hall of Popularity 3rd baseman George Brett. The one-time youngest pitcher in World Series history who passed away in 2003 raised his household here. In the mid-1990s, it was called the “Shaq Home” when Shaquille O’Neal leased it throughout his early days with the Los Angeles Lakers.
The 5,725-square foot house on 3 levels was renovated a years back by Andrea and Jeff Browning of Design Style Inc. in San Pedro. The oak and stone floor covering in addition to bespoke kitchen cabinetry throughout provide the house a classic, modern feel.
The primary level includes a cooking area and dining location where French doors open out to a yard swimming pool and medspa, barbecue, fire pit and swimming pool home.
The main bed room on the upper flooring provides views of the ocean in addition to the close-by hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. It includes an en-suite restroom with a soaking tub, steam shower, stone fireplace and loft location. 4 extra bed rooms plus a library lie on the upper level.
The lower level basement, which might be utilized as a media or living room, covers more than 500 square feet.
The house lies on a corner lot with a wraparound driveway in the wealthy Hill Area, which is surrounded by Pacific Coast Highway to the east, Ardmore Opportunity to the West, Manhattan Beach Boulevard to the north and the city of Hermosa Beach to the south. Homes here boast big lots and, as the name recommends, lie on a hill. Although the area dates to the 1950s, lots of homes were taken down to give way for contemporary homes.