Oscar-winner Richard King lists Silver Lake pad for $2M

King bought hillside home in 1995 for $350K

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 04, 2017 02:00 PM
Richard King, Panorama Terrace home (Getty Images/MLS)

Three-time, Oscar-winning sound designer Richard King is playing his final song in Silver Lake.

The entertainment veteran listed his boho-chic estate last month with an asking price of $1.9 million. 

Built in 1929, the 2,848-square-foot home has a foyer entry opening to a step-down living room, Variety reported.

It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, including a media room with a fireplace and a separate work room in the backyard.

King, who has worked with Christopher Nolan, Paul Thomas Anderson and Steven Spielberg, purchased the estate in 1995 for $350,000.

Karen Lower of Compass has the listing. [Variety] — Subrina Hudson


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