Producer power couple sells Hollywood Hills home

R.J. Cutler and Jane Cha sold estate above Beachwood to Michael Skloff

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Jan.January 12, 2017 02:00 PM
R.J. Cutler, Jane Cha, and their home on Durand Drive (Credit: Getty, Rodeo Realty)

Hollywood power couple Jane Cha and R.J. Cutler had no trouble finding a buyer for their house in the Hills, which was recently listed for $3.9 million. The buyer in contract is composer Michael Skloff, real estate gossip Yolanda Yakketyyak whispered to Variety.

Sitting on more than half-an-acre above Beachwood Canyon, the Spanish-style residence spans 4,100 square feet with three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half bathrooms.

Built in the 1920s, the house features French doors that open up to landscaped grounds. Ron Maman of Rodeo Realty has the listing.

Cha, producer for “Project Runway,” and Cutler, known for the 2015 Showtime documentary “Listen to Me Marlon,” acquired the home for about $1.9 million in 2004. According to Redfin, they’re still accepting backup offers on the property. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen


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