Thom Beers, Emmy Award-nominated executive producer and creator of Discovery Channel Killing people, put his home in Sherman Oaks on the market for $8.495 million. That makes it currently the most expensive home for sale in the community, located in LA’s San Fernando Valley.
Built in 2014, the 5,649-square-foot home — also available to rent for $30,000 a month — is described on the listing as a “meditation retreat” and a “labor of love and inspiration.” “.
Set over a sewer, the home includes five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, while the grounds (which are just under an acre) include lush gardens with mature trees, a flower bed climbing, a swimming pool and hot tub, a stream, waterfall, fountains and a Koi pond run under the mansion. There is also a lounge with its own kitchen, a detached guesthouse and a gym/yoga room.
“One of my favorite aspects is how much feel Different parts of the house provide. The privacy in the owner’s apartment, the special entertainment space by the pool and the barbecue, the creativity you feel when staying in the guest house, the privacy and cozy comfort that the apartment has. separate household brings,” said roster rep (and former TV producer) Craig Knizek of The Hang. He also noted the “splendid oak-lined streets and taverns around the meandering stream.”
Beers is the former CEO of FremantleMedia North America and his other TV credits include Sea Gold Bering, Storage war, Runway truck, Ax Men, Black gold and Monster Garage.
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