Brentwood home of late Warner Bros. heiress Betty Warner seeks $16.5M

The home played host to celebrities and moguls including Bill and Hillary Clinton

October 18, 2017 02:00 PM
Betty Warner and Stanley Sheinbaum with the property at 345 North Rockingham Avenue (Credit: The Salty Shutters, Washington Report via the Sheinbaum family)

The longtime home of the late Betty Warner, daughter of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Harry Warner, and her late husband, activist Stanley Sheinbaum, just hit the market for $16.5 million, The Real Deal has learned.

Spanning over 7,500 square feet, the one-story ranch estate on North Rockingham Avenue in Brentwood boasts six bedroom and six bathrooms. Amenities include an art studio, a heated swimming pool and a manicured backyard.

The 1.2-acre property has been in the family’s hands for nearly 30 years.

Nick Segal and Richard Stearns of Partners Trust share the listing with Michael Hiatt of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Warner, a prolific painter and sculptor who passed away in August, married her second-husband Sheinbaum in 1964. The two participated in anti-war efforts during the Vietnam War and often mingled with world leaders and celebrities. Bill and Hillary Clinton, Norman Lear, Barbra Streisand and Warren Beatty are among some of the prominent figures said to have spent time in the home.

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