Hollywood icon Connie Stevens, whose film, Saving Grace B. Jones, hits select theaters nationwide today, has placed her Paul Williams-designed home on the market for $18 Million. Dee Crawford of KW Beverly Hills and The Agency’s Jeeb O’Reilly are co-listing the 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom Holmby Hills estate for the multi-talented “women of all seasons,” as she has come to be known worldwide. In addition to her colorful career that has put her under the film, television, and Broadway spotlight, Connie’s show business presence has grown to encompass her entrepreneurship spirit and passion for filmmaking.
Connie’s latest big-screen endeavor, Saving Grace B. Jones (watch trailer), which she wrote, produced and directed, is set in 1950s-era Missouri, and follows a women named Gracie, who, after being released from an insane asylum, moves in with her brother and sister-in law during an epic storm. The riveting tale won “Best Dramatic Feature” at the L.A. Women’s International Film Festival and “Best Picture” at NYC International Film Festival.
Adding to her list of achievements is her personal beauty line which she has owned and operated for 14 years. Connie’s booming cosmetics empire, Forever Spring, has touched the lives of more than 3 million women and served as the inspiration behind her newly opened executive day spa and boutique called the Garden Sanctuary in Los Angeles.
Rest assured, this actor, singer, director, writer, and all around savvy businesswoman will continue to develop and redefine herself in the coming years – just without her long-held Holmby Hills property. The estate sits on two acres and features a gym, wine cellar, separate recording studio, pool house and tennis court along with two one-bedroom guesthouses. And no need to dial a black car service – a chauffeur’s apartment located right on the property that will get you where you need to go.
For more information about Connie Stevens’ home contact Jeeb O’Reilly at 424.230.3706.