Beverly Hills California (PRWEB) March 15, 2016
Longtime Beverly Hills home of Emmy-winning producer Alan Landsburg has come on the market for $5.695 million. 1250 Angelo Drive is a 4 bedroom 5 bath contemporary home with 7,390 sq. ft. of living space.
Built in the late 1950s and since updated, this classic, mid-century yet contemporary home is breathtaking. With a steel-clad front entry door, gallery walls, museum lighting and a living room with walls of floor-to-ceiling glass windows that bring the outdoor living space to life in this two-story home.
1250 Angelo Drive's main floor includes an open-plan chef’s kitchen, a formal dining room, wet bar, family room and a small office. Upstairs there are 3 additional bedrooms, a huge screening room with wet bar and fireplace, a large outdoor patio with additional fireplace and a view of the city.
The master suite has vaulted ceilings, a step-down sitting room and an enormous his and her bathroom suite with his and hers closets. A balcony with a hot tub sits off the master bedroom allowing you to enjoy an amazing city view.
A swimming pool and spa, an outdoor lounge, formal landscaping and privacy hedges fill the grounds.
Alan Landsburg, who passed away two years ago at age 81, bought the house in 1998 for $2.339 million, according to Los Angeles county records.
Martin Halfon top real estate agent at Rodeo Realty in Beverly Hills has listed the property.
Alan Landsburg was a prolific writer, director and producer. His credits include the naturalist series “The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau” and “Biography.” His 1981 made-for-television movie “Bill” starred Mickey Rooney in an Emmy-winning role as Bill Sackter.
In four decades of his career, Alan Landsburg produced 50 television movies. Landsburg got his start in Hollywood working for film producer, David Wolper. The popular “Biography” series and the National Geographic special “The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau,” which brought the little-known French oceanographer to a mass audience.
Alan Landsburg also produced, directed and wrote “A Thousand Days: A Tribute to John Fitzgerald Kennedy,” which aired the year after the president’s 1963 assassination.
Alan Landsburg also helped create 'Find the Children', a nonprofit organization that works to find missing and abducted children. Find the Children was one of several groups that lobbied Congress to pass legislation that created the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Marty Halfon of Halfon Properties Group:
Marty Halfon, a long-time resident of Beverly Hills who truly understands the history of the community as well as its growth. As a top Beverly Hills real estate agent with exceptional reach,
he established Halfon Properties with a distinctive goal: to guide clients beyond just buying the right home. The team uses its preeminent expertise making sure it's the right investment for the client. Marty works with both buyers and sellers specializing in residential and commercial real estate as well as investment properties in the greater Los Angeles area.
Halfon Properties is located at the office of Rodeo Realty in the heart of Beverly Hills' Golden Triangle on Canon Drive.