Former Beverly Crest home of Don Cornelius hits market

He hosted “Soul Train” from 1971 until 1993

Oct.October 03, 2017 09:00 AM
Don Cornelius and 2939 Beverly Glen Circle (Credit: Redfin, Getty Images)

… and you can bet your last money, it’s all gonna be a stone gas, honey! — Don Cornelius, “Soul Train”

The former home of “Soul Train” creator Don Cornelius at Beverly Glen Circle in Beverly Crest listed for $2.3 million, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The 1982-built home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms across nearly 3,500 square feet of space. Amenities at the property include a two-sided stone fireplace, a tiled wet bar and a three-car garage.

Cornelius purchased the home in 2009 with his ex-wife and current owner, former model Viktoria Chapman-Cornelius, for $1.48 million.

Josh Tashtchian of the Agency has the listing.

The writer, producer and host of the 1970s hit music show died in 2012 at the age of 75. [LAT]Natalie Hoberman

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