Studio chief makes $16M deal for Beverly Hills Flats mansion
Modi Wiczyk bought the home in 2012 for $7.5M
Studio Chief Modi Wiczyk scripted an exit from his Beverly Hills home.
Wiczyk is the co-chairman of film production company MRC, and has produced streaming hits such as “Ozark,” “Poker Face” and “House of Cards.”
He sold a 7,600-square-foot house at 816 North Roxbury Drive for about $16 million, or $2,116 per square foot. The deal closed April 7.
The mansion in the exclusive Beverly Hills Flats neighborhood was listed for $17.5 million on March 1. The studio chief made a nice profit on the deal. An LLC linked to Wiczyk bought the home for $7.5 million in 2012.
The home was listed by David Parnes and James Harris of The Agency. The identity of the buyer was not disclosed. Representing the buyer were Jacob Greene and Josh Picker of The Altman Brothers at Douglas Elliman. Requests for comments to Harris and Greene were not returned.
A listing agent’s description of the five-bedroom, six-bathroom home said it was located on a half-acre lot and the house was inspired by the architecture of Paul Williams, the mid-20th century architect who built homes for Frank Sinatra and Lucille Ball. Amenities for 816 North Roxbury include a pool and a detached guesthouse.
The Realtor.com listing site compared Wiczyk’s former home to 824 North Whittier Drive, which is located less than a mile away. It was listed in March for $16.5 million. The Zillow listing site compared Wiczyk’s former home to another Beverly Hills home at 803 North Bedford Drive. The 6,200-square-foot home sold for $10.5 million in November 2022.
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