Producer Jerry Bruckheimer Sells Los Angeles Home for $11.5M

By Liz Lucking

Prolific TV and movie producer Jerry Bruckheimer and his wife Linda bid farewell to their home in Los Angeles’s Brentwood neighborhood Tuesday, selling it for $11.5 million, according to listing records.

Built in 1965, the boxy steel and glass house has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a glass-enclosed living room, a formal dining room, a library and a media room.

The master suite is located in its own wing with a private garden and a gym, and there is a guesthouse overlooking the pool, according to the listing with Mike Deasy and Sara Clephane of deasy penner podley.

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