David O’Connor, a former Hollywood executive who relocated to New York three years ago, is looking to shed his real estate holdings in Los Angeles.
The former managing partner at Creative Artists Agency, and his wife, screenwriter Lona Williams, have put their Brentwood Park home, and an undeveloped parcel next door, on the market for $31.4 million, Variety reported.
The couple is selling the house for $18.7 million, and the vacant 0.90-acre parcel next door for $12.7 million, adding up to $31.4 million total.
Located on Highwood Street, the 6,500-square-foot pad has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
A two-story guesthouse also has another bedroom and one-and-a-half bathrooms, as well as a gym.
Amenities include two laundry rooms, a gym, swimming pool, outdoor fireplace and landscaped backyard.
The couple paid $5.8 million for the main house, guesthouse and three-car garage in 2002. They spent another $10.5 million for the house next door in 2014, later demolishing the existing residence and leaving the plot vacant.
In 2007, O’Connor and Williams hosted a fundraising event for Hillary Clinton at the house.
The couple moved to New York City in 2015, when O’Connor took the job as CEO of Madison Square Garden. They paid $16.25 million for an Upper West Side townhouse, complete with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. O’Connor resigned from his CEO position last year. [Variety] — Natalie Hoberman