Billionaire philanthropists’ Bel Air home seeks $35M

UCLA Anderson School of Management was named after the couple

Sep.September 19, 2017 08:00 AM
Property at 10445 Bellagio Road with philanthropists Marion and John Anderson (MLS/ Poets & Quants)

A Bel Air manse tied to late philanthropists John and Marion Anderson is seeking $35 million.

The 10,200-square-foot property has five bedrooms and six bathrooms across two stories. A swimming pool, tennis court and a pavilion with a wet bar surround the home.

A trust tied to the Andersons purchased the site in 2009, property records show.

Westside Estate Agency’s Richard Ehrlich has the listing.

Marion Anderson passed away earlier this May at 86, following her husband’s passing in 2011. Together, the couple donated over $100 million to the UCLA graduate program, YMCA and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. They are survived by 15 children and 24 grandchildren.

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