An airy, light-filled penthouse on top of a prestigious tower along the Ratiji Wilshire Corridor in L.A., owned by Gary Barber, co-founder of Spyglass Media Group, has come to market at about 5.5 million. The prolific film producer, whose dozens of credits include the thriller “The Sixth Sense” and the blockbuster cult classics “S Ventura: Pet Detective” and its sequel “S Ventura: When Nature Calls” from 2004 to 4,300 ft. -Seeing scene when tax records show that it had a turnover of 3.5 3.5 million.
Now co-listed on Coldwell Banker Realty with Stephen Apalian and Joyce Ray, the impressive, if given some date, four-bedroom and 5.5-bathroom duplex penthouse carries homeowners fees that run to more than $ 3,800 a month. Other unique features of the generously terraced unit include a fireplace, a double-height living room with automatic window shades, and a private elevator between the two floors of the penthouse.
The kitchen in the dining room is spread out from the roof to the large roof even after the glass sliders and the owner’s retreat pamper with three closets and two travertine-tiled bathrooms with open views over the city. Residents of the building are provided with a variety of amenities, including a secured and present lobby, a private library and separate recreational lounges, private wine storage, a tranquil garden and a heated lap pool.
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