Talent agent Greg Cavic made news way back in 2015, when he and several other senior comedy agents jumped ship from CAA to join arch-rival UTA as partners, bringing with them superstars like Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis. Now Cavic is ready to make a move of another kind, listing his sprawling midcentury ranch home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area for a cool $10 million.
The price tag is far more than the $3.5 million Cavic and his wife Jessica paid in 2011 for the Robert Skinner-designed property, which was originally photographed in 1964 by Julius Shulman and spotlighted in Taschen’s “Modernism Rediscovered.” But note: The swingin’ sixties residence has since been meticulously restored by L.A. architect John Bertram and Hancock Park-based interior designer Sarah Shetter, complete with custom Douglas fir cabinetry, terrazzo flooring, Calacatta Gold and salt white marble countertops, LSI lighting, redwood tongue-and-groove interior and exterior siding, and a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances.
Nestled in the private and guarded enclave of Hidden Valley Estates, home to celebs such as Adele, Ashton Kutcher, Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz, the .42-acre lot is walking distance to the Franklin Canyon Park trails. A glass- and wood-clad dwelling welcomes with a sky-lit courtyard entryway; inside, 4,600-plus square feet of warm and open living space on a single level is organized into informal and formal living areas; a master suite with an office and a bath featuring an inviting tiled soaking tub; and a children’s wing, all highlighted by walls of glass for a seamless indoor-outdoor experience.
A lengthy glass-encased hallway overlooks the outdoors; and the lush grounds are punctuated by mature trees and gardens designed by Judy Kameon of L.A’s Elysian Landscapes, along with a pool, barbecue and wet bar.