Forbes: Hollywood Producers Remodel President Reagan's Mid-century California Estate

Here's The Pitch: Two married Hollywood movie producers flip the script, remodeling their careers and a popular United States president’s home into a potential blockbuster—a nearly $30 million high-stakes restoration deal that’s earning rave design reviews.

By: Keith Flamer

Sounds like a movie concept, but it's true Hollywood. Former entertainment executives Michael Manheim and Janus Cercone are gaining notoriety offscreen for their boutique res estate development Company (Jaman Properties) which recently renovated President Reagan's former mid-century modern home in Pacific Palisades, California. The exquisite Spanish Revival spec residence, a.k.a. "The Riviera White House," is currently on the market for $29.7 million (down from $33 million).

Based in Malibu, the ex-writing/producing couple specializes in the selection, purchase, design, construction, marketing and sale of couture, single-family residences in Malibu, Bel Air, Brentwood and Pacific Palisades. Jaman transforms residential environments into luxurious spaces designed for “personal growth, connection and sharing” through “food, drink, love or reflection.” The Jaman philosophy: “It’s not enough that a Jaman property has style…it must also have soul.”

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