Real Estate

Samuel Goldwyn's L.A. House Off the Market

The producer of "Ringu" sells the Runyon Canyon home, listed at $4.6 million.

Producer's Takashige Ichise's L.A. Residence Once Owned by Mogul Samuel Goldwyn.

This story first appeared in the Dec. 7 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

Takashige Ichise, producer of Ringu, which was remade as The Ring, is selling a Los Angeles residence once owned by movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn.

PHOTOS: THR Design Showhouse Opening Night Party With Ryan Murphy, Chris Colfer, Top Designers

The seven-bedroom house on Camino Palmero Street below Runyon Canyon was listed at $4.619 million and went into escrow with an undisclosed buyer Oct. 11.

The walled 6,488-square-foot Neoclassic residence includes Hollywood touches like a script-reading room, says Rodeo Realty agent Josh Buxbaum, who is representing the buyer and seller.

STORY: Real Estate Notes: Matthew Modine Buys Venice House, Michael Strahan Sells in Hermosa Beach

The property also includes a guesthouse and a pool and sits on about three-quarters of an acre. The deal is expected to close by year’s end.

What do you think?


Previous Story

Elizabeth Taylor's 1956 Lincoln Vehicle To Display at L.A. Auto Show (Exclusive Photos)

Next Story

Sandra Fluke to Speak at THR's Women in Entertainment Breakfast