Empty Nesters Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann Downsize to a Pricier Beverly Hills Home

Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann have recently made a significant change to their living arrangements. After selling their luxurious Los Angeles home for $27 million to lawyer Brian Panish, the couple has purchased a new residence in Beverly Hills for nearly $32 million. This move comes despite the new home being smaller, yet it's located in a more prestigious part of town and comes with a higher price tag.

The property, previously owned by Maurice Marciano, the co-founder of the Guess clothing brand, was acquired for about $3.6 million less than Marciano's purchase price just a year prior. The house, originally a midcentury ranch-style home built in the 1950s, has undergone extensive renovations. Today, it stands as a modern marvel, hidden from view behind gates and lush hedges, and is often described as the "embodiment of architecture as art."

This nearly one-acre estate boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and spans 9,300 square feet of living space. Its design features include automated steel and glass walls and doors, creating a space that can shift from cozy to open with the touch of a button. The property also includes a dark-bottom swimming pool, manicured gardens, and a motorcourt, alongside a kitchen equipped for large gatherings, a library, a gym, and a formal dining room with a temperature-controlled wine closet.

Despite the change in their Los Angeles living situation, Apatow and Mann continue to own a $9 million condo in New York City's West Village, maintaining their bi-coastal presence.

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