Update: Internet pioneer David Bohnett has sold his Holmby Hills compound to art dealer Larry Gagosian for $15.5 million, according to public records.
The technology entrepreneur and philanthropist had put the restored Holmby Hills estate on the market in early December at $18.9 million.
Designed by A. Quincy Jones in the mid-'50s for Academy Award-winning actor Gary Cooper, the wood, stone and glass house has a canopied walkway that leads to the entrance. The living room features a terrazzo floor, a raised stone fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto the swimming pool. The master bedroom suite has two bathrooms, a gym and walk-through closets. There are four bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms and 5,721 square feet of living space.
The roughly 4-acre wooded site was accumulated by Bohnett through the purchase of two adjacent properties. Paths and low rock walls traverse the grounds and gardens.