fields and specimen trees.
A nearby guesthouse was designed by Wallace Neff, and the 75-foot swimming pool is accompanied by a pool house.
There’s also a tennis court and a covered parking area for 40 cars.
Perenchio, former chairman and chief executive of Univision, died in 2017 at age 86. Since his passing, Perenchio’s estate has listed and sold a number of properties, including two homes and land in Malibu. Another Bel-Air property hit the market in September for $21.5 million and sold this week for $16 million.
THE JUDGE HAS RULED: SOLD FOR $3.1 MILLION
The case of Greg Mathis’ gated estate in Tarzana has concluded in a sale.
Mathis, known for sitting behind the bench of the courtroom reality show “Judge Mathis,” sold the Mediterranean-style manse for $3.1 million. It had been listed since September for a dollar shy of $3.2 million.
Set at the end of a private and palm-topped drive, the well-appointed home offers 6,399 square feet of elegant interiors. Dual staircases of marble and hardwood draw the eye in the two-story entry hall.
On the main level, there’s a dramatic two-story living room, a double-island kitchen, formal and informal dining areas and a family room with a wet bar.
A covered patio extends the living space outside, where an impressive custom rock pool takes in canyon views.
Off to the side, a terrace also capitalizes on the hillside setting. The grounds span nearly an acre. Five bedrooms and six bathrooms finish off the floor plan.
In the master suite, a lounge with a fireplace connects to a balcony.
Mathis, 58, worked as a judge in Michigan’s 36th District Court before “Judge Mathis” first aired in 1999.
Second only to “Judge Judy” as the longest-running TV judge, Mathis started his 20th season in September.
GOIN’ STRAIGHT OUTTA LOS FELIZ
Scott Bernstein, the longtime Universal executive turned independent film producer, is ready to call it a wrap in Los Feliz. He’s listed his character-filled home in the historic L.A. neighborhood for sale at $4.495 million.
Set high up from the street, the Spanish Revivalstyle home was built by prolific developer Charles A. Gault and completed in 1924.
At $245 million, the estate of late billionaire A Jerrold Perenchio the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles is the most expensive home for sale in the United States. The 10-plus-acre estate centers on a 25,000-square-foot French neoclassical mansion that was designed and built in 1935 by architect Sumner Spaulding.
The Los Angeles home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of “Straight Outta Compton” producer Scott Bernstein features details such as dark hardwood floors, tilework and groin vault-style ceilings.