Talent agent Greg Cavic is used to signing deals for famous clients, but is now considering a contract for his home at the Beverly Hills Post Office. The mid-century home he’s owned for nine years is on the market for $ 9.35 million.
Cavic – who left Creative Artists Agency for United Talent Agency in 2015 as part of a mass exodus that CAA called a “lawless night raid” – shelled out $ 3.49 million for the property in 2012 , according to records. Over the past few years he has overseen a major restoration that has returned the mid-century gem to its former glory.
Perched in the gated enclave of Hidden Valley Estates, the beautiful home was built in 1961 by Robert Skinner and later starred in Julius Schulman’s book “Modernism Rediscovered”.
The entrance to the courtyard.
The living room.
The family room.
The master bedroom.
The swimming pool.
Architect John Bertram worked with designer Sarah Shetter on the renovation, bringing in Douglas fir furniture, terrazzo floors, new light fixtures, and vibrant redwood accents inside and out.
The single-story home offers a handful of classic mid-century details – from the landscaped courtyard entrance to the sky-lit hallways that run through the 4,600 square foot floor plan. Throughout, glass walls offer views of the half-acre grounds, with mature trees, manicured gardens and a swimming pool.
The house has five bedrooms, including a master suite with a freestanding fireplace, five bathrooms, an office, a stepped living room, a family room with shelving walls and a slender kitchen with a skylight with a small cabin. -lunch.
Tori Barnao, Gersh Gershunoff and Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman at Compass hold the list along with Brett Lawyer of Hilton & Hyland.