From New York City’s upper west-side to Beverly Hills, and back to… Burma? John George O’Hurley who played Elaine’s boss, J. Peterman in Seinfeld, is listing his Beverly Hills home for $6.5 million. The home sits perfectly between coastal views and city-living with less than an hour’s drive to Malibu and Marina Del Rey. With five bedrooms and nine bathrooms (it’s looking like the J. Peterman Catalog Sales Company really took off), the home boasts magnificence in both size and style.
O’Hurley’s 5,391-square-foot Mediterranean mansion features detailed architectural designs that give the home it’s elegant feel. Intricate fencing surrounds the property accenting the custom-made iron wrought doors in the entryway, trees and shrubbery walls give additional privacy to the celebrity-owned home. The Italian inspiration in the otherwise Spanish villa pops out through the Venetian plaster and elaborate stonework.
Entering the home, you’re surrounded by a foyer with stone walls and white marble floors. A wrought iron divider separates the foyer from the main living space leaving guests to feel as if no detail has been left out. Continuing through the home, you’ll enter the living room which perfectly combines dark cherry wood floors and white walls with a marble fireplace.
With white, double french doors leading out to a tiled patio with a stone accent wall, it’s clear the dining room is truly the place for entertaining guests. For the guests who stay well after dinner, they can enjoy peace and quiet in their very own guest house. The one bed, one bathroom guest house has a full living and entertainment space where guests can enjoy all of the luxurious amenities the home offers with added privacy.
Upstairs, the master suite is designed with birch wood flooring, high ceilings, and a raised platform bed. With lots of space, this is a master suite we could definitely see ourselves relaxing in after a long day. The room is also home to the only upper-level balcony which offers views of the vast swimming pool and jacuzzi.
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