Veteran TV Exec Hilary Estey McLoughlin Lists Brentwood Home For $5.3M

Courtesy of Hilton & Hyland
The Warwick Evans House, designed by Lloyd Wright, Jr. in 1936

Built in 1936 for musician Charles Warwick Evans, the half-acre property features a Mayan-inspired fountain and a koi pond.

Television exec Hilary Estey McLoughlin and her husband, Daniel McLoughlin, have just listed their Brentwood residence for sale with an asking price of $5.295 million. 

Estey McLoughlin, who recently stepped down from her position as president of creative affairs for CBS Television Distribution, purchased the four-bedroom home with her husband in 2007 for $3.875 million.

Located in Brentwood Heights, the home was designed by architect Lloyd Wright in 1936 for Charles Warwick Evans, a noted cellist and co-founder of the London String Quartet.

The 3,161-square-foot house has been featured on the cover of Architectural Digest and in a Lloyd Wright monograph, and boasts four stone fireplaces, restored Brazilian walnut floors, an updated kitchen with a six-burner Wolf oven and double SubZero refrigerator/freezer, original cypress doors and paneling, casement windows, a Mayan-inspired fountain with koi pond and, per the listing description, "tranquil streams, which flow graciously over nearly a half-acre of land."

Juliette Hohnen of Hilton & Hyland has the listing. 

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