Last spring, producer Joe Roth hefted his substantial estate in Holmby Hills onto the open market. The 1.32-acre property is anchored by a renovated Tudor mansion designed by Paul Williams and completed in 1936. It features a set of exterior amenities that includes a guest cottage, a sunken tennis court, and brick walkways and patio. Roth tagged it at $48 million. The listing is currently active.
In Roth’s inbox is a single-level midcentury residence in Beverly Hills. The producer shelled out $23 million for the classical modern, which was completed in 1961 and contains four bedrooms and six baths in its 5,514 sq. ft. of interiors. The property’s landscaping incorporates the house in its design style, linking it beautifully with green and growing.
Highlights of the shared spaces include an accent wall inset with a double-sided fireplace, terrazzo floors, floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves, and abundant glass that opens the home to its sprawling courtyard-style outdoor living area. The master bedroom features corner glass.
Amenities in this home include a kitchen with a center island and the pool and sunlounge, which is surrounded by varied plantings and mature trees.
Roth’s upcoming projects include Hustle, with Adam Sandler, Queen Latifah, and Robert Duvall; Peter Pan & Wendy, with Jim Gaffigan and Jude Law; The Gray Man, with Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Wagner Moura, Ana de Armas, Regé-Jean Page, and Billy Bob Thornton; and The School for Good and Evil, with Kerry Washington, Charlize Theron, and Laurence Fishburne.