Steve Tisch, chairman and co-owner of the New York Giants and a Hollywood heavyweight, bought a $10 million home in Beverly Hills, California, on Tuesday.
The property, located in a gated cul-de-sac in Trousdale Estates, has over 6,000 square feet of livable space, five bedrooms, six baths, a lighted pool, a double-sided outdoor fireplace, a state-of-the art screening room, and a lush outdoor garden, according to the listing.
“It’s one of the few two-story homes in Trousdale,” said Max Shapiro, of Westside Estate Agency, who represented Mr. Tisch in the sale and confirmed the transaction to Mansion Global. Such homes must be “grandfathered in” because Trousdale Estates prohibits multi-story residential projects, he said.
Built in 1962 by famed architect Robert Skinner, the midcentury masterpiece is classically elegant with modern amenities. Its open floor plan and sky lighting from raised ceilings contribute to the home’s tremendous natural lighting and spacious flow, according to the listing.
“It’s extremely private and secluded,” Mr. Shapiro said, noting that most other houses in neighboring areas have rooftops obstructing views, whereas trees surround this one.
Mr. Tisch could not be reached for comment.
The property was first listed in June 2017 for $12.25 million and then re-listed earlier this month for $10.3 million. Rona Passman, of Hilton & Hyland, the brokerage handling the sale, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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Mr. Tisch, 69, and his family have co-owned the Giants since his father, Bob, purchased a half share of the NFL team in 1991. Mr. Tisch won Super Bowl titles with the Giants in 2008 and 2012, and an Academy Award for Best Picture in 1995 for producing “Forrest Gump”
The previous owner, Jordan Feldstein, the late CEO of a talent management firm in Beverly Hills, bought the home in 2015 for $11 million, according to records on PropertyShark. Mr. Feldstein, the brother of actor Jonah Hill, managed the pop band Maroon 5 since its inception in 1994. Feldstein died of a blood clot in December 2017 at 40. His estate executed the sale.
The Los Angeles Times first reported the sale.
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