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

Mansion Story The Report - P 2012

Mansion Story The Report - P 2012

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

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.

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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.

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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.