“Fashion Police” host buys Beverly Hills manse for $5.6M

It contains 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms

May.May 18, 2017 10:40 AM
The home on N. Walden Drive

Hide your tacky, Los Angeles — the fashion police is in town.

Brad Goreski, co-host of E! series “Fashion Police,” and his partner Gary Janetti recently acquired a 1931-built Beverly Hills home for $5.6 million.

Spanning 3,325 square feet, the two-story English traditional contains six bedrooms and seven bathrooms within a main estate and a guesthouse, the Los Angeles Times reported. It features a gabled roof, kitchen with breakfast nook, multiple fireplaces, and vaulted beamed ceilings.

On the quarter-acre grounds, there’s a swimming pool and manicured hedges.

Aaron Kirman and Neyshia Go of John Aaroe Group had the listing. Barry Dane of Keller Williams represented the buyers. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen

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