The Beverly Hills home of “Let’s Make a Deal” game show host Monty Hall and wife, producer Marilyn Hall, has hit the market for $6.399 million. The couple resided in the 1920’s Mediterranean-style for half a century.
The nearly 4,000-square-foot Los Angeles-area home is in need of a new owner since both Marilyn and Monty passed away last year. The classic villa holds five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It features original hexagonal terra-cotta tile floors in the foyer, and in some rooms.
The home is set on a quarter-acre in the Flats of Beverly Hills, and makes very good use of its lot size: the brick patio and pool area in the rear is well-landscaped for privacy, and an edge-of-wild aesthetic.
Canadian-born Monty Hall was both the host and the co-creator of the iconic American game show that introduced viewers to the quandary of cash-in-hand, or the dream that may or may not be waiting behind door number 3; the show was revived in 2009 by CBS.
Hall also appeared in television programs “That Girl,” “Love, American Style,” and “That ’70s Show.”