According to Variety, Freddy DeMann listed his Beverly Hills mansion on sale. The asking price for carefully restored John Elgin Woolf-designed residence is $14 million. The house was originally built in 1959 for a lady named Eleanor Parker, who sold it in 1967 to none other than Mister Woolf, who lived there with his partner, Robert Koch Woolf until the mid 1970s. The property was acquired by the DeManns in an off-market transaction in July 2013.
The 4,100 square feet city-view residence has three bedrooms and four and half bathrooms. Some of the features include decadently decorated living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a petite salon with wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room with shimmery silver-leafed ceiling and a large library with second fireplace.
“The eat-in kitchen is lavishly fitted with thick, slab marble countertops on lacquered, dove gray Shaker-style cabinetry, while the master suite opens to a private garden, and is replete with sun-flooded bathroom and bedroom-sized walk-in closet and dressing room with floor-to-ceiling windows.”
The property is represented by Drew Fenton at Hilton & Hyland