Onetime Beverly Hills home of Christopher Meloni asking $16M

"Law and Order" star rented the home for two years from choreographer Grover Dale

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jun.June 14, 2017 09:30 AM

A Beverly Hills home once rented by “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” actor Christopher Meloni and his wife Sherman Williams is on the market for $16 million.

That’s double the $7.4 million its current owner, Foxridge Investments LLC, paid for it in June 2015, records show. It was formerly owned by dancer and choreographer Grover Dale.

Meloni paid $20,000 a month to rent the Spanish-style house on North Palm Drive from Dale for two years until his lease expired in 2015, according to property records.

Santa Monica-based firm Standard Architecture recently redesigned the 1920s-era home on behalf of the current owner. The original architect was Ralph Flewelling.

The 8,500-square-foot home has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.The living room features the home’s original stained-glass windows, high-beamed ceilings and a stone fireplace. There is also a library with custom cabinetry and a formal dining room that leads to a wine-tasting room and cellar. The first floor has a full maid’s quarters.

Adam Rosenfeld, Kyle Giese and Justine Mandile of Mercer Vine have the listing.


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