Estate of Big Time Hollywood Talent Agent Listed

Bigwig Hollywood talent agent Sue Mengers passed away in October, but her legacy lives on through the numerous A-listers she represented over the years, and now, through her spectacular Beverly Hills party pad. Mengers, who represented clients from Barbra Streisand to Jack Nicholson to Cher (to name a few), reportedly threw star-studded Tinseltown parties that attracted everyone who is anyone. The late agent's estate is now up for grabs to anyone willing to shell out $4.995 million. View the listing.

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Bigwig Hollywood talent agent Sue Mengers passed away in October, but her legacy lives on through the numerous A-listers she represented over the years, and now, through her spectacular Beverly Hills party pad. Mengers, who represented clients from Barbra Streisand to Jack Nicholson to Cher (to name a few), reportedly threw star-studded Tinseltown parties that attracted everyone who is anyone. The late agent's estate is now up for grabs to anyone willing to shell out $4.995 million. View the listing.
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The 4,434-square-foot mansion wraps around an oval-shaped courtyard, complete with a matching oval-shaped swimming pool.
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A closer look at the egg-shaped swimming pool, which is surrounded by slender Greek Revival columns.
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The late Hollywood talent agent undoubtedly had many parties to attend, and to throw. Here's a look at Mengers's master bathroom, which she surely used quite frequently during awards season.
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Mengers scooped up the 1959 Beverly Hills pad for $2 million back in May 1988, right after she retired from the biz.
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A view of the Mengers's master bedroom, which is one of three bedrooms in the one-story home.
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According to The Real Estalker, the trustee of Mengers's estate is billionaire entertainment bigwig David Geffen. The home has reportedly elicited tons of attention already with more than 125 interested buyers touring the property in recent weeks.
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A view of the peach-colored formal dining room where the late talent agent must've hosted some of the soirees she was so famous for.
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Another look at the curved dining room, which is located off of the living room.
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Built in 1959, the house was originally made for real estate honcho and politician Alphonso Bell Jr, the man who lends his name to Bell, Bell Gardens and of course, the most famous LA Bell: Bel-Air.
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A view of the home office and sitting room.
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The living room features a fireplace and access to the main central courtyard.
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A look at the floor-to-ceiling windows in Mengers's living room.
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