DreamWorks CEO Katzenberg Lists $9.4 Million Beverly Hills Home

After shelling out roughly $35 million on a hilltop mansion in Beverly Hills, California and spending the past two years renovating the property, Hollywood bigwig Jeffery Katzenberg has put his other Beverly Hills home on the market. The Real Estalker brings word that with Katzenberg’s 2009 purchase nearing completion, the DreamWorks Animation CEO has listed his current residence in the 90210 for $9.4 million.

Built in 1985, the Katzenberg family home is of the “Contemporary Mediterranean” variety and rests on a little over half-an-acre of land just south of Greystone Park and Sunset Boulevard. It includes a total of five bedrooms and six full bathrooms, along with a detached guest sweet at the rear of the property that offers another two bedrooms and two baths. The 9,173-square-foot home opens to a two-level foyer that connects to a dining room and living room area with an adjacent sitting room. A spacious chef’s kitchen features stainless steel appliances, while other highlights include a hybrid family-game room, gym, library with a wet bar and the amenity that no film producer should be without, a theater room.

After starting his career with Paramount Pictures, Katzenberg joined Walt Disney Studios and played a major part in its revitalization in the 1980s. Following his tenure with Disney, Katzenberg, along with Steven Speilberg and David Geffen, formed DreamWorks Animation, a computer-generated animated film studio that has since produced such box office hits as the Shrek trilogy, Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda.

The listing is presented Myra Nourmand of Normand & Associates.

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