The longtime Brentwood residence of comic Phyllis Diller has sold for $9.35 million. It came on the market in late September at $12.9 million.
The Country English-style house, built in 1914, sits on 1.23 acres. Features include an organ room, a salon with a stage and a telephone room. Diller bought the 9,266-square-foot house in 1965 and entertained such Hollywood elite there as comedian Bob Hope, costume designer Edith Head and late-night show host Johnny Carson. There are eight bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Diller died this year at 95.
Bruce Nelson and Raymond Bekeris of John Bruce Nelson & Associates were the listing agents. Anne Leeds of Gibson International represented the buyer.
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