The longtime Beverly Hills home of legendary composer and conductor John Cacavas has sold for $7.4 million. Josh Flagg of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills held the listing. Nikki Hochstein of Rodeo Realty Brentwood represented the buyer.
According to Los Angeles Times, the 1950s home was also once owned by actor and engineer Zeppo Marx, who shared the residence with his second wife, Barbara. The couple divorced in 1973, Barbara later married Frank Sinatra.
The 5,069-square-foot house has an open living and dining room, a den/office, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The Midcentury home also has a screening room with a partition that opens to an outdoor wet bar.
Cacavas, who passed in 2014 at age 83, purchased the home in the early 1970s for $255,000, according to the LA Times. His television and film credits include “Kojak,””The Bionic Woman” Hawaii Five-O,” and “The Executioner’s Song.”
For more on this property, read the LA Times article HERE.
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