The home of late actress Doris Roberts, who starred in beloved sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” has hit the market for $2.45 million, or roughly $648 per square foot.
The 3,700-square-foot Hollywood Hills home, known as Casa De Glade, dates back to 1927 and was built for “Casablanca” producer Hal Wallis. The three-bedroom Spanish Colonial, at 6225 Quebec Drive, features a “step-down den” that also doubles as a speakeasy.
The property is rumored to have once been home to James Dean, according to the Los Angeles Times. Roberts, who died last year aged 90, bought it in 1976 for $138,000. The home sits on a double lot of more than 11,600 square feet and includes a formal dining room, a great room with beamed ceilings, a sun room and a swimming pool.
Roger Perry of Rodeo Realty has the listing. [LATimes] — Miriam Hall