Joan Dangerfield Purchases a Home in the Hollywood Hills

Posted by — May 15, 2005

Joan Dangerfield Purchases a Home in the Hollywood Hills

Per the Los Angeles Times, Joan Dangerfield, widow of comedian Rodney Dangerfield, has purchased a home in the Hollywood Hills for close to its asking price of $6.85 million.

She sold a Wilshire condo that she had shared with the comic for more than its $3.9-million asking price, and she sold their former Little Holmby home for more than $2.7 million. Rodney Dangerfield died in October at 82.

His widow's new Hollywood Hills home is Art Deco in style and has 5,400 square feet. There are city-to-ocean views, floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, an infinity pool and a spa. A long driveway leads to the four-bedroom, five-bathroom house. John Andrews Group Architects and designer-developer Rob Davis designed the house.

The condo that Joan Dangerfield sold has 20-foot ceilings, a dining room and a large master-bedroom suite. It's in an Art Deco high-rise. Among amenities of the Little Holmby house is an indoor pool.

Bennett Carr of Prudential John Aaroe, Beverly Hills, had the listing on the Hollywood Hills home, and Steve Levine of Hilton & Hyland represented Joan Dangerfield in buying and selling.

Jane Siegal of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills North, represented the buyer of the condo.

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