Art collectors Joshua and Sonya Roth list Hancock Park home for $5.9M

South Irving Boulevard, Sonya and Joshua Roth (MLS/Getty Images)
South Irving Boulevard, Sonya and Joshua Roth (MLS/Getty Images)

Art collectors Joshua and Sonya Roth have listed their Hancock Park home, built by noted architect H.J. Knauer in 1919 for $5.9 million, The Real Deal has learned.

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house spans 5,976 square feet. It has curved bay windows in the den, a maid’s quarters and a home gym. 

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The couple —  dubbed “LA’s newest breed” of art collectors by L.A. Confidential Magazine —  purchased the home in 2011 for $2.8 million, according to property records.

Joshua Roth, attorney and son of CAA co-founder Steven Roth, heads UTA’s fine arts division, which works with galleries to help secure financing and partnerships for artists.

Sonya Roth, former California deputy attorney general, is the managing director of the western region at Christie’s and co-founder of Director’s Council at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

Jon Grauman of the Agency has the listing.