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CAA managing partner sells Beverly Hills home for $5.2M

Kevin Huvane bought the 1930s traditional for $1.65 in 1988

September 29, 2016 02:00PM
By Cathaleen Chen

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Meryl Streep, Kevin Huvane and the house at 1720 Ambassador Avenue

Meryl Streep and Kevin Huvane (by Kevin Mazur, Getty Images) and the house at 1720 Ambassador Avenue (via the Agency)

Talent scouting powerhouse Kevin Huvane sold his Beverly Hills abode for $5.2 million Tuesday, just days after it hit the market for $4.95 million.

The buyer is a real estate attorney from Bel Air and his family, buyer’s broker Rochelle Maize of Nourmand & Associates told The Real Deal.

The traditional-style residence sits on Ambassador Avenue — a quiet stretch of north of Sunset. It spans 4,139 square feet and contains four bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

“Houses like this don’t come in often at a relatively low price,” Maize said. “When they do, they’re gone very quickly.”

Huvane — who claimed to have felt, as a 16-year-old in the 1970s, Meryl Streep’s greatness when he saw her in Shakespeare in the Park — is the managing partner of the Creative Artists Agency. His rolodex of clients include the likes of Brad Pitt, Halle Berry and yes — Streep herself. He acquired the house in 1988 for $1.65 million, according to property records.

The listing agent was Ed Fitz from The Agency.

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