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“Seinfeld” producer turns to real estate with $11.5M Bel Air spec house

Kooky neighbors, existential hijinks and white couch may or may not be included

October 18, 2016 04:30PM

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Andrew Scheinman and his spec house at 525 Bellagio Terrace (Credit: Gussman Czako Estates, Getty)

Andrew Scheinman and his spec house at 525 Bellagio Terrace (Credit: Gussman Czako Estates, Getty)

Andrew Scheinman, a veteran TV producer whose credits include “Seinfeld” and “When Harry Met Sally,” is making the jump from the silver screen to real estate. His debut work? A 6,020-square-foot contemporary spec home with 14 flat screen TVs and 40 glass-carbon ceiling speakers.

Scheinman purchased the one-third-acre property about three years ago for $2.9 million, only to raze the 3,600-square-foot house to construct the new digs, Variety reported.

The spec house has three stories, five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Aside from expansive mountain and oceanviews, the property’s highlights include a sunken living room, 600-bottle wine cellar, garden atriums on the grounds and a media room with custom surround sound.

Gussman Czako Estates’ Paul Czako is the listing agent. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen

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