Actress Loni Anderson has sold her Country French-style mansion in the Mulholland Estates area above Beverly Hills, Calif. for $5,700,000.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the sale, which closed on June 26 and was recorded on July 3. Anderson, 60, had purchased the five-bedroom, 6,911-square-foot mansion at 3355 Clerendon Road for $2,275,000 in 1994--shortly after she and then-husband Burt Reynolds had split up.
Anderson listed the mansion last July, first for $6,175,000, and she later reduced it to $5,975,000. Built in 1991, the mansion has six and a half baths, a two-story entry, a wood-paneled library, a large family room with a wet bar, and beveled French doors throughout the house, according to listing information. Other features include a master suite with a sitting area, dual bathrooms, a fireplace and a terrace. The house's kitchen has granite counters and a butler's pantry, while outside are an outdoor wet bar, a pool and a spa, all on three-quarters of an acre of property, according to public records and listing information. The house also has San Fernando Valley views. The buyers of the house are a non-celebrity couple, according to public records.
We wrote about Anderson's house on March 21, shortly after the Real Estalker penned (http://realestalker.blogspot.com/2007/03/tomb-of-loni-anderson.html) a fine piece on the property. The Los Angeles Times' Ruth Ryon first wrote on Anderson's listing last summer, back before we were blogging.
We also have written many times about the celebrity-intensive Mulholland Estates subdivision, most notably here.
It's still unclear where Anderson is moving. When we find out, we'll write about it here.