Home of late Hollywood business manager wants $18M

Edgar Gross represented the likes of Sonny and Cher

April 28, 2017 08:30 AM
The home of late manager Edgar Gross

The home of Edgar Gross, a Hollywood business manager who represented the likes of Cher and Richard Gere, has hit the market for $18.25 million, six months after his death. 

It’s the first time the home, on Laurel Way north of Sunset in Beverly Hills, has come on the market in more than 40 years. Gross, who died at the age of 85 in October, bought it for just $367,000 in 1976, according to Zillow.

The agent, Judy Feder of Hilton & Hyland, is marketing it to developers as a potential teardown, as well as to end-users. She wasn’t immediately available for comment.

The current home on the site totals 6,066 square feet and has six bedrooms and six bathrooms. There’s also a guest house with an office and a gym, a pool and a tennis court in the backyard.

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