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L.A. Mansion Once Owned by Mary Tyler Moore Fetches $14.6 Million

The actress and then-husband Grant Tinker owned the Spanish-style house in the late 1970s.
A Los Angeles mansion once owned by Mary Tyler Moore has sold for $14.6 million.

The gated property, on roughly 0.85 acre, abuts the Bel Air Country Club golf course, according to listing materials. The buyer is Rob Rubano, a commercial real-estate investor, according to two people familiar with the deal.

The home was listed for $15.995 million in May, according to Zillow.
Built around 1929, the Spanish-style house is nearly 6,800 square feet with six bedrooms, an indoor sauna and outdoor pool, according to the listing. In the 1970s, it was owned by Mary Tyler Moore, star of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” and her then-husband Grant Tinker, a former NBC chairman, records show. It was later owned by TV producer David Gerber.

Aaron Kirman of Compass and Jordana Leigh of Rodeo Realty represented the seller. Drew Meyers of Westside Estates Agency represented the buyer.

https://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/l-a-mansion-once-owned-by-mary-tyler-moore-fetches-14-6-million-01668041021

L.A. Mansion Once Owned by Mary Tyler Moore Fetches $14.6 MillionL.A. Mansion Once Owned by Mary Tyler Moore Fetches $14.6 Million
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