Zen house from TV producer “Deadliest Catch” for sale



The “Deadliest Catch” television producer is selling his relaxing Sherman Oaks home for $ 8.495 million, making the Zen-style retreat the most expensive advertisement in the Los Angeles neighborhood, according to real estate company The Agency.

Described on the property’s website as a “breathtaking architectural achievement,” the home is also available for rent for $ 30,000 per month.

The seller, Thom Beers, is a television producer known for his hit shows “Deadliest Catch”, “Lobster Wars”, “Monster Garage”, “Plastic Surgery: Before and After” and others.

Craig Knizek of The Agency is the listing agent for the 5,649 square foot dead end home at 3851 Kingswood Road.

“Incredible preservation of a sophisticated lifestyle, this home is a work of art,” according to the listing. “Built with the highest quality materials as a labor of love and inspiration. An incredible home where natural materials blend with dynamic design. An incredible property with such serene privacy, it’s hard to imagine that this Zen retreat exists in the middle of the city.

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home sits in an “idyllic location on Sherman Oaks’ most magical cul-de-sac, where no traffic and no deer sightings are the norm,” the listing states.

The gated private estate has extensive gardens enhanced by specimen trees, a stream, waterfalls, fountains and a Koi pond that runs under the house. There is a separate guest wing with a separate kitchen, as well as a freestanding guest house which can be used as a home office or an artist’s studio. A gym / yoga studio has space for a massage room.

The property features a relaxing pergola by a stream, a swimming pool and a hot tub.

David Caraccio is a video producer for The Sacramento Bee who was born and raised in Sacramento. He is a graduate of San Diego State University and a longtime journalist who has worked for newspapers as a reporter, editor, page designer, and digital content producer.



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