Patricia Heaton Lists Los Angeles Residence for $8.2 million
Patricia Heaton of the "Everybody Loves Raymond" fame has listed her Hancock Park, Los Angeles, residence on the open market with an asking price of $8.2 million.
The home was earlier listed privately for $12 million.
The news of the public listing for the house was revealed by The Real Estalker . The two winged mansion, spreading across 8398 square feet on a 1.14 acre lot was designed by famous designer Elmer Grey. Built in 1923, the home is located in the heart of the affluent neighborhood of Hancock Park, Los Angeles.
The residence comprises of six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The place also consists of seven fireplaces. The interiors sport complete hardwood flooring along with butter-colored walls. The entrance wooden door opens up into a large foyer featuring a majestic wooden staircase. Large formal living and dining rooms make up the lower level. A study/library that opens up to one of the many patios of the house is also on the lower level, reports Real Estalker.
The upper level features family rooms and the master suite. The property also has detached servant quarters and a separate guest house as well. The exteriors sport lush landscaped gardens with a small motor court and a four-car garage. A pool and sitting area line the backyard as well.
Heaton and husband, Davis Hunt, renovated the place before putting it up for sale. Pictures of the home have also featured in the 2009 issue of "The Architectural Digest".
Heaton has four children with Hunt and the couple owns a huge property just outside Cleveland, Ohio. The pair recently sold its West Hollywood condo in October 2012 for just $865,000 after listing and re-listing it several times since 2010.
Heaton won two Emmy awards for her performance in the famous sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond". She recently received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in May 2012. The actress reunited with her "Everybody loves Raymond" co-star Ray Romano at the ceremony, reports Mail Online.