Angela Lansbury‘s Los Angeles estate of nearly 40 years has a brand new owner … we’ve learned her family has sold the place the late actress called home for several decades.
Real estate sources tell TMZ … Angela’s family closed the deal Tuesday on the home in Brentwood, CA for $4.9 million. The legendary actress and her husband, Peter Shaw, snagged the property back in 1985 for $925k.
The home was her main residence up until she died in October 2022. You’ll recall, Angela — famous for “Murder, She Wrote” and as the voice of Mrs. Potts in “Beauty and the Beast” — died in her sleep at the age of 96.
The 3,708-square-foot home which has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms radiates Angela’s timeless charm on nearly a 1/2 acre lot.
The skylights and large windows in the home provide lots of natural light. The backyard is surrounded by lush greenery and is perfect for entertaining with a pool that’s surrounded by a massive patio, a terraced garden area with a small greenhouse.
Aside from all the charm of the home … one can only imagine the Hollywood legend’s name was a huge selling point.
Mick Partridge of The Beverly Hills Estates and Maksym Khomin of Coldwell Banker held the listing.