Movie producer Eric Gold and his wife, actress-producer Marcy Kaplan, just pocketed $14.812 million in the sale of their Beverly Hills home.
Gold, who is best known for his work on “Scary Movie” and “Major Payne,” first listed the Tudor Revival-style manor for $16.5 million in June. The 1920s-built, five-bedroom home is located on a semi-circular driveway on roughly half an acre.
Exposed timbers, leaded windows and creeping ivy define the exterior, and the interior is just as classically rendered, with black-and-white checkered floors beneath a timeless wood-beamed ceiling in the formal entry beginning a tour of the house. Visitors continue past the entry to two living rooms, each with a fireplace, and a wood-paneled billiards room.
A chef’s kitchen with custom cabinets, a breakfast nook, and a luxurious formal dining room offer plenty of space to host friends and family. At the end of the day, visitors can rest comfortably in the two-story guesthouse on the property.
The backyard is optimized for entertaining as well, with a half-acre of manicured grounds, a patio, a pool, a spa, and a basketball court.