Dodgers sports icon Vin Scully lived in Hidden Hills for just over 12 years. With his passing August 2 his 11,000-square-foot “Country French Chateau” estate is back on the market.
The two-story main house features grand living space including a formal living room with a vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace, wet bar with marble countertops and a wood-paneled library with another huge fireplace. The dining room has red walls and a crystal chandelier, and the adjoining family room has another wet bar and fireplace.
The indoor kitchen has two massive islands, designer premium stainless steel appliances and a walk-in pantry. The outdoor kitchen and covered outdoor living room boasts yet another fireplace.
There are seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The primary suite includes a bedroom with built-in bookshelves and private terrace with views over the grounds. Rounding it all out is a powder room, guest wing and a brocade-draped movie theatre.
The nearly two full acres is set atop Ashley Ridge, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Hidden Hills. The property includes a detached guest house, full-size tennis court, infinity pool, lawns and a putting green.
A new buyer will have to bat $15 million to move in. Scully purchased the property in 2009 for $12.4 million.
Scully 67 seasons calling games for Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Dodgers, beginning in 1950 and ending in 2016. He died at the age of 94
Scully’s daughter Cat Scully and Mimi Bladow of Compass have the listing.