Comcast chairman and CEO Brian Roberts sold his Beverly Hills, California, property in an off-market deal to art collectors Bill and Maria Bell for $20.1 million, writes E.B. Solomont for The Wall Street Journal.
Roberts and his wife, Aileen, bought the Beverly Hills property in 2016 for $11 million. They have since substantially restored the house.
The home was originally constructed in the 1960s. It was designed by John Elgin Woolf, an architect who was famous for Hollywood Regency-style homes.
The home is set on around half an acre of land and boasts around 4,000 square feet of living space.
Maria Bell, who is a television writer and producer, has long been enamored with Woolf and the Hollywood Regency style.
“There are very few Woolfs left in L.A. and they have all had an interesting, usually Hollywood, pedigree,” she said.
Read more about the transactions in The Wall Street Journal.