Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann buy Beverly Hills estate for $32M

Hollywood couple’s new home features a media room lined in cashmere

Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann Buy Beverly Hills Home for $32M
Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann and 514 Doheny Road (Getty, Google Maps)

Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann have bought a 9,300-square-foot Mid-century mansion in Beverly Hills for $31.9 million — $3.6 million less than it sold for a year ago.

The director/producer and the actress of “Cable Guy,” “Knocked Up” and “This is 40” purchased the single-story spread at 514 Doheny Road, south of Greystone Mansion, according to the Robb Report. The seller was Guess co-founder Maurice Marciano.

Marciano bought the house in September 2022 for $35.5 million.

The purchase by Apatow and his wife of 27 years comes five months after they sold their 10,300-square-foot mansion at 239 North Bristol Avenue in Beverly Park for $27 million.

Their new five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home, built in 1955, was renovated and expanded a few years ago.

Hidden behind towering hedges, the nearly 1-acre estate was billed as the “embodiment of architecture as art.”

The mansion has a “floating” entryway over moat-like water features, hand-combed limestone, white oak floors, marble slabs and a media room lined in cashmere. 

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Its floor plan can be open or intimate, with walls of steel and glass that vanish and reappear at the touch of a button.

Each bedroom and bathroom have their own “private gardens,” according to the listing, with the master bedroom containing a sitting area and dressing room.

The gourmet kitchen has top appliances and dual marble islands, leading to a dining room with silk ceilings and walls. The home contains a library, gym and a temperature-controlled glass wine closet.

Out front is a cobblestone motor court. In the back is a dark-bottom swimming pool surrounded by lawns and gardens.  

Apatow and Mann, parents of two adult daughters, actors Maude and Iris, own a $9 million condominium in New York’s West Village.

This month, Apatow was among the Hollywood celebrities who pitched in $15.5 million to buy and preserve the Fox Village Theatre in Westwood.

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— Dana Bartholomew