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Gil Junger sells home in Beverly Hills Post Office area for $4.31 million

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The director-producer's two-story Mediterranean gated property includes a four-room master bedroom, swimming pool, a sprawling lawn, stream and canyon, mountain and ocean views.

December 18, 2009|By Lauren Beale

Director-producer Gil Junger has sold a gated compound in the Beverly Hills Post Office area for $4.31 million.

The two-story contemporary Mediterranean house, built in 2000, sits on nearly three-quarters of an acre with a soccer field-sized lawn, a stream, gardens and a koi pond. It has five bedrooms, 6 1/2 bathrooms, three fireplaces and high ceilings and French doors throughout. There is a four-room master bedroom suite, an outdoor dining pergola, a separate guesthouse and a swimming pool. Set high above the street, the house has canyon, mountain, ocean and city-light views.

Junger, 55, has directed episodes of "10 Things I Hate About You" (2009-present) and "Greek" (2007-present), among other TV shows. The first movie he directed was "10 Things I Hate About You" (1999). His producing credits include "Hope & Faith" (2003-2005) and "Ellen" (1997-1998).

The listing agents were Ernie Carswell and Christopher Pickett of Teles Properties, Beverly Hills. Pickett also represented the buyer.

lauren.beale@latimes.com

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