Built in 1927, the gated Mediterranean-style home with four bedrooms and a circular drive, was sold to an industrialist from South Korea, a source said.
Brown was represented in her sale by Marilyn Watson of Celebrity Properties, Beverly Hills.
SIMON BENSON, the late multimillionaire lumberman and philanthropist who built the historic Benson Hotel in Portland, Ore., built a house in Beverly Hills that is now on the market at just under $6 million. It was recently listed at $12 million.
The 8,000-square-foot main house and three-room guest house, on a 1.2-acre knoll above Sunset Boulevard, were also owned at one time by Lucille Ball, sources say.
Designed by Frank Bruner, a contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright who designed many European estates, the mansion was built in 1929. It has a pool, paddle tennis court, koi pond and waterfall.
The house, which also has a projection room and a library, has been featured in such books as "Sunset Boulevard, America's Dream Street."
Bob Hurwitz of Hurwitz-James Co. has the listing.
CORRECTION: Melissa Schupp of John Aaroe & Associates, Brentwood, is co-listing the Guggenheim house (Hot Property, July 20). She was incorrectly identified.