345 N Rockingham Avenue
The Betty Warner Sheinbaum Estate has long been considered to be one of the finest natural one acre plus (1.2 acres total) flat rim view properties remaining in Los Angeles’ most sought after coastal area of Brentwood Park. A neighborhood today that includes many of Los Angeles most powerful business, social and community leaders and Hollywood A list celebrities. Betty Warner, the last surviving and youngest daughter of Warner Bros studio founder, Harry M. Warner and Rea Levinson Warner. Betty Warner’s second husband, Stanley Sheinbaum was a committed (activist) leader and philanthropist for social equality and global human rights causes and charities. The Warner Sheinbaum estate was the hub of Los Angeles community gatherings for education and fundraising. The many “Salon” events were a coveted invitation to the Warner Sheinbaum home and took place on the expansive front lawn, These gatherings were attended by Presidents, Governors, a broad spectrum of influential city office holders, world dignitaries and Hollywood’s most elite Celebrities and movie studio heads. Today, the Warner Bros. moniker remains a symbol of the American dream and family.