Rodeo Realty's Roger Perry lists Studio City estate once owned by composer Elmer Bernstein

A Studio City estate once owned by composer Elmer Bernstein is asking for $5,995,000. Roger Perry of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills has the listing, which has been featured in Curbed and American Luxury.

The four-bedroom home is located in Studio City’s exclusive Fryman Canyon neighborhood. The English country estate was built in 1937 and designed by Southern California architect, Arthur Munson.

The 4-bedroom/4.5-bath tennis court estate is includes hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and casement windows with diamond-patterned grilles. The home also has a media room/informal family room with wet bar that leads out to an enormous backyard boasting a huge pool/spa and room to entertain hundreds.

The American composer and conductor is best known for his many film scores including The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, To Kill A Mockingbird, and Ghostbusters.

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To read the Curbed article on this home, click HERE.
American Luxury, HERE.