Film and television super-producers Terence and Rachel Winter have their Beverly Hills residence available on the down-low with an asking price of $7.5 million, per digital marketing materials we turned up. The couple — he’s the Emmy-winning creator of “Boardwalk Empire,” Emmy-winning exec producer of “The Sopranos” and Oscar-nominated writer of “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and she’s one of the many producers of the triple-Oscar-winning “Dallas Buyers Club” — purchased the 1920s Mediterranean in February 2008 for not-quite $4.6 million, from the late, great Emmy-winning screenwriter, producer and Mad Libs co-creator Leonard B. Stern (“The Honeymooners,” “Get Smart”).
Configured with five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in almost 5,700 square feet, the interior spaces are tinged with a sophisticated Art Deco vibe, and include an especially ample formal living room with barreled and coffered wood ceiling, along with a formal dining room that, due to its plethora of built-in bookshelves, does double-duty as the library. The sizable kitchen, fitted with glossy black cabinetry, snow-white countertops and a built-in breakfast banquette, opens to a spacious great room with wet bar, temperature controlled wine room, and several sets of French doors. The landscaped backyard has multiple outdoor dining and lounging areas, a grassy area for kids and pets, and a gated swimming pool and spa surrounded by a flagstone sunbathing terrace.
Our research shows the couple, who had their BevHills house on the open market in 2014 at $6.65 million, have long maintained a pied-à-terre in New York City where just last December, per property records, they dropped $1.1 million on a 775-square-foot one-bedroom and one-bathroom city-view condo in a distinguished Beaux-Arts building just off Central Park on the Upper West Side.
listing photos: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices