Former “Entertainment Tonight” host Mary Hart and her producer-husband Burt Sugarman have said goodbye to their Los Angeles condo, pocketing $6.3 million on their way out the door. Hart and Sugarman paid $3.8 million for the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live unit in 2013; not a bad ROI.
The three-bedroom, four-bath residence spans 4,170 square feet and wows with a grand open-concept living and dining room. Mid-tone hardwood floors meet with white walls for a modern look that’s only overshadowed by the incredible views from wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows.
During the couple’s ownership tenure, the high-rise unit underwent a comprehensive renovation. The pair’s uniquely warm style is on display in the kitchen: Scandinavian-inspired cabinetry, beige granite, and a contemporary center island combine for a classy, welcoming appeal. Further inside, an office, a media room, and a sprawling master suite with its dual wardrobes and spa-style bathroom await. Amenities at the Ritz-Carlton include a billiards room, a fitness center, and a rooftop swimming pool.
Hart was the face of ET for almost 30 years; Sugarman’s production credits include 80’s classic ‘Children of a Lesser God’.