Leonard Nimoy's former home is sold
The traditional-style Westwood-area house was bought by Leonard Nimoy and his first wife, Sandra Zober, in 1968 when Nimoy was playing Spock on "Star Trek." The buyer paid $1.95 million, more than the asking price.
"Star Trek's" Leonard Nimoy bought the house with his first wife, Sandra, when he was working on the TV series. (Michael McNamara / February 27, 2015)
The traditional-style house, built in 1938, also has contemporary elements and features window seats, high ceilings, walls of windows, skylights and two fireplaces. There are four bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,664 square feet of living space. Outdoor amenities include a swimming pool, a spa and a pool house.
The couple bought the house in 1968 when Nimoy was playing Spock on "Star Trek." They were divorced in 1987, and Zober remained in the home. An art collector and patron, she died in April at 83.
The house, which sold above the asking price, had been listed at $1.72 million.
Spencer Krull of Teles Properties was the listing agent. Judith Gottesfeld of Gibson International represented the buyer.