$12.9 million — Beverly Hills
Television producer Jonathan Goodson, the son of legendary game show producer Mark Goodson, sold his longtime home in the 1000 block of Elden Way to activewear entrepreneur Anwar Gajiani and his wife, Yasmin, in a deal completed off-market.
Tucked behind gates and tall privacy hedges, the two-story house was built in 1969 and has 25 rooms, including five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, in nearly 6,100 square feet of living space.
A swimming pool and spa, lawns and mature trees fill grounds of about three-quarters of an acre. A motor court sits off the entrance to the home.
Goodson, 70, took over the long-established TV production company formed by his father and his longtime business partner Bill Todman in 1993 and ran it for two years before selling it to All American Television. He currently heads Jonathan Goodson Productions, known for its state-based lottery game shows
Nancy Ross and Laura Barton of Partners Trust represented the sellers.