Sandy Gallin Lists Bel-Air Mansion for $32 Million
L.A. talent manager Sandy Gallin, who has represented divas like Dolly Parton, Barbra Streisand and Michael Jackson, has listed his mansion in Bel-Air (above) for $32 million. Gallin, a serial property flipper, intended for this, his 42nd house project, to be "a place to wind up and stay," but found the estate "too big and too lavish for me," he tells the Wall St. Journal. The mansion was built in 1936 by architect Paul Williams, and Gallin purchased from the estate of award-winning actress Jane Wyatt two years ago for $8 million.
He planned to tear it down and build a modern monstrosity but the city refused to grant permission. Instead Gallin restored and enlarged the existing house boosting the square footage to 12,000 with seven bedrooms and 12 baths. The Real Estalker adds that there's an entire wing devoted to a master suite with dual baths, and the living room opens onto a "living lounge" with a covered porch, cobblestone floor and fireplace. Also inside are a billiards pub, a glass-encased wine room, a media room, a gym, a yoga studio, steam room and a swimming pool.