Harry Nilsson's 7,640 square foot home at 10549 Rocca Place in Bel Air, California, was designed by architect Eugene Kupper. The five-bedroom, seven-bath home features both canyon and ocean views. The home was built on about one-acre of land in 1977.[1]

 

Without entering through the gated driveway, the home can only be seen from the end of Somma Way.[2]

 

In 1992, the home, which was originally listed at more than $5 million, sold, according to public records, for about $2.5 million. Harry and his family had earlier moved to a seven-bedroom home in Hidden Hills, California.

 

Actor Kelsey Grammer owned the home from 2007 to 2009. Grammer extensively renovated the home.[1]

 

It was sold in 2009 for $3.3 million ("slightly less than the actor paid for it in 2007").[4]

 

 

 

 

 



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