Natural foods executives pay $14M for home of late Warner Bros. heiress

The property hit the market in October seeking $16.5M

Apr.April 20, 2018 09:00 AM
Betty Warner and Stanley Sheinbaum with the property at 345 North Rockingham Avenue (Credit: The Salty Shutters, Washington Report via the Sheinbaum family)

Tony and Josephine Antoci, top executives of natural foods market Erewhon, paid $13.7 million for the home of the late Betty Warner, The Real Deal has learned.

Warner, the daughter of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Harry Warner, lived in the 7,500-square-foot property with her husband, activist Stanley Sheinbaum, for nearly 30 years. They hosted world leaders and celebrities like President Clinton and Hillary Clinton, Norman Lear, Barbra Streisand and Warren Beatty among others.

The single-story ranch estate on North Rockingham Avenue in Brentwood features six bedrooms and six bathrooms. Amenities at the 1950-built residence include an art studio, heated swimming pool, landscaped backyards and outdoor deck.

It hit the market in October asking $16.5 million.

Nick Segal and Richard Stearns of Pacific Union shared the listing with Michael Hiatt of Sotheby’s International Realty. The Antocis represented themselves, Hiatt said. Tony Antoci is CEO of Erwhon and Josephine is the company president.

The Antoci family recently opened the fourth Erewhon location in Santa Monica, adding to its outposts in Calabasas, Venice and Fairfax. The couple purchased the store’s first location on Beverly Boulevard in 2011.

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