The West Hollywood home once owned by legendary music manager Danny Sugerman has been listed for a flip, The Real Deal has learned.
The three owners of the three-bedroom home, nestled into WeHo’s bird streets at 9306 Warbler Way, just listed the 2,750-square-foot property for $3.4 million. Real estate agent Kira Gould, interior designer Catherine Monroe and investor Ellen Lavinthal acquired it in 2014 for only $1.96 million.
As a realtor for Gibson International, Gold is also the co-listing agent on the property, along with Juliette Hohnen at Douglas Elliman.
The house was owned by Sugerman, who managed the Doors and Iggy Pop — and co-authored the best-selling Jim Morrison biography No One Here Gets Out Alive — until his death from cancer in 2005. It was then transferred to his wife, Fawn Hall.
The Warbler Way property still has a visible connection to its past. There are photos of Morrison, for example, in the “powder room,” according to the listing.