Shonda Rhimes Slashes Price of Massive Los Angeles Mansion By $1 Million — See Inside
The TV powerhouse behind Scandal and Grey's Anatomy is parting ways with one of her luxurious homes
Shonda Rhimes has significantly cut the price of one of her luxurious homes — but she’s still hoping to net a small fortune for it.
The Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator, who claims to be the highest-paid showrunner on television, first listed her spacious Hancock Park home for $9.995 million in October 2018, just eight years after purchasing it from musician Beck for $5.6 million, according to Variety. However, she’s now reduced the price of the home to $8.995 million.
The 8,298-square-foot mansion boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a detached 600-square foot entertainment lounge, located in the back of the property. The home is listed by Ed Solorzano of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.
The estate sits on a half-acre corner lot that’s hidden from the street by manicured hedges and large trees. It also features an interior courtyard, a three-car garage and a simple swimming pool.
Inside, a sizable great room is comprised of an open-plan kitchen and dining area, and a casual lounge. The space also looks out on the expansive backyard, and opens to a terrace for easy entertaining.
Offering up plenty of privacy, the master suite, which includes a separate office with a projector, and multiple walk-in closets, takes up its own wing.
In a nod to the TV exec’s passion, one of the two master bathrooms comes with its own television, which is conveniently located for optimal viewing from the bath tub.
The house also boasts a formal dining room as well as a separate living room and offices.
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While Rhimes may be saying goodbye to the property, she’s still got plenty of other places nearby to call home. In fact, another one of her houses is located just over a mile away.
In 2017, the hitmaker spent $4.6 million on a slightly smaller home, featuring five bedroom and four and a half bathrooms, in the same neighborhood, according to Variety.