“Shark Tank” investor Robert Herjavec catches bait for Hollywood Hills home

A cascading waterfall greets visitors at the home’s gates

Sep.September 13, 2017 02:00 PM
Robert Herjavec, CEO of Herjavec Group (credit: Douglas Elliman, Robert Herjavec)

The shark found his bait.

Famed businessman Robert Herjavec found a buyer for his home on Hillside Avenue above the Sunset Strip, sources told The Real Deal. The home was listed for $4.49 million and is currently in escrow.

The modern, three-story home offers three bedrooms and four baths across its 4,900 square feet of living space. Amenities include a movie theater, wine cooler, rooftop swimming pool and fire pit.

The house last traded hands in April 2016. An entity attached to the Burt J. Bloom Family Trust sold the site for $3.9 million to a different trust without a family name attached to it, property records show. The unnamed trust is tied to Herjavec, sources said.

Brothers Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman had the listing.

Herjavec claimed national fame for his role as an investor on ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank.” The Canadian-Croatian self-made businessman is the chief executive of Herjavec Group, an IT technology firm.

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