TV and movie producer Edward S. Feldman has placed his adobe home in Beverly Hills on the market for $6.295 million.
The house is located on half an acre in the celebrity-filled Trousdale Estates area. The Pueblo-style residence was built in 1988, and holds four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
The Southwestern rustic appeal of the home is tempered with contemporary styling; the result is a uniquely modern interior design that frequently cites the architectural roots of the region. Sets of vigas, unfinished wood, wall niches, terra-cotta tile floors, graceful arches, and wrought iron are blended with skylights, contemporary windows, and recessed lighting.
The living room is anchored by a classic but understated fireplace; the family or entertainment room features built-ins and a massive floor-to-ceiling picture window. A circular dining room and a gourmet kitchen with double ovens and a center island are also among the shared living areas.
The property exterior features a beautifully landscaped backyard with a large stone patio and a swimming pool.
Feldman is best known for producing features “Witness,” “The Jungle Book” and “The Truman Show.”