Producers Continue Season Two at Private Woodland Hills Mansion
Bel Air, CA – November 23, 2009
Rodeo Realty, Inc. has listed the spectacular, new, Mediterranean estate from the series TOUGH LOVE on VH1. Set on approximately ¾ acres in upscale Walnut Acres in Woodland Hills, California, the 7 bedroom, 8 bath compound continues as the back drop for season two on the popular reality show that offers a group of women tips on how to fall in love.
Listing agent Allyson Carter, from Rodeo Realty’s Sherman Oak’s branch commented, “This is an extraordinary estate property in one of L.A.’s best kept secrets – Walnut Acres, Woodland Hills. The producers chose this home because of the great use of space on the property, the luxurious amenities its offers while filming and its exquisite visual appeal. “Its privacy, 6700 square feet of living space, Director quality home theatre and lighted pool area make it ideal for an ensemble piece like Tough Love,” added co-listing agent Bernie Leibovitch.
You can see the Walnut Hills estate at www.23340Hatteras.com or tune into Tough Love, Sundays at 9pm Eastern on VH1. Agent Contact (818)-486-4663.
About Syd Leibovitch & Rodeo Realty, Inc.
Rodeo Realty, Inc. was founded in 1986 by President and Broker, Syd Leibovitch. Today the company is the largest single-owner real estate firm in California with 12 branch offices, nearly 1000 Realtors and annual sales and listings exceeding $3 billion. Leibovitch also owns LA Mortgage and Encore Escrow Company and is regularly consulted about real estate matters by the media, U.S. Congress and other government officials.