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Studio City estate once owned by composer Elmer Bernstein asks $6M

The English-style residence sits on a one-acre lot in Fryman Canyon

This four-bedroom home located in Studio City’s exclusive Fryman Canyon neighborhood is, per the listing, the former home of the late, great film composer Elmer Bernstein—known for his memorable scores written for The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, and Ghostbusters.

The English-style home was built in 1937 and designed by Southern California architect Arthur Munson. Measuring 4,622 square feet, the residence is located on a 1-acre lot with a motor court, swimming pool, spa, and full-sized tennis court.

Inside the home, features include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and casement windows with diamond-patterned grilles. The master bedroom is outfitted with an elegant brick fireplace, dual bathrooms, and multiple walk-in closets. Other features include a library, great room, and wet bar.

The gated home is accessed by a long driveway and looks to be quite the private enclave, with views around the surrounding hills.

Asking price is $5.995 million.