LACMA was housing its director in a home selling for $6.6 million. Now the pool party’s over

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is downsizing. The home of its director, that is.



a large brick building with green grass in front of a house: A 1926 Tudor-style home belonging to Museum Associates, the nonprofit entity that manages LACMA, was put on the market for $6.6 million. (Realtor.com)


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A 1926 Tudor-style home belonging to Museum Associates, the nonprofit entity that manages LACMA, was put on the market for $6.6 million. (Realtor.com)

On Monday, the museum put the Hancock Park home of director Michael Govan up for sale for $6.575 million. The property on Muirfield Road is owned by Museum Associates, the nonprofit entity that manages and operates LACMA. It’s listed as a five-bedroom, 5,100-square-foot Tudor-style home from 1926 that sits on nearly a 22,000-square-foot lot, according to public records.

Real estate listings, however, show six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a swimming pool, a guest house and a stairwell area with a neon sculpture by Dan Flavin.



a room with an open door: An interior view of the Muirfield Road property that was recently put for sale by LACMA. (Realtor.com)


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An interior view of the Muirfield Road property that was recently put for sale by LACMA. (Realtor.com)

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