The longtime Beverly Hills Post Office residence of character actor John O’Hurley found a new owner this summer. O’Hurley — best known for his recurring role as catalog clothier and loquacious storyteller Jacopo Peterman on Seinfeld — had owned the property for over fifteen years when it sold earlier this month for $4.5 million. The home appeared on the market in 2019 with a $6.5 million ask.
The 1923-built house has been heavily renovated. Its stucco exterior is dressed up with Juliet balconies, a tile roof, and lantern sconces and newel fixtures which look to be original. The 5,391 sq. ft. of interiors have been brought into line with contemporary tastes—new floors and understated warm tones are frequent sights—but the tile in the kitchen and outdoor living areas also harken back to the build era.
The five bedrooms and eight baths on the property include a guest house. A pool with a raised spa and a living and dining area with a grill station complete the outdoor living style.