Public records show they bought the property in 2001 for $1.65 million.
Moving on to their next 'project'?
Mandana Dayani of "The Rachel Zoe Project" and her husband, TV executive and producer Peter Traugott, have sold their Hollywood Hills West-area home for $1.5 million.
The traditional-style house, built in 1952, was designed for indoor-outdoor entertaining. The living room opens to a terrace on the main level, and the lower level to a swimming pool with spa. The master bedroom features dual walk-in closets, a den and a bathroom for a total of three bedrooms and 21/2 bathrooms in the 2,240-square-foot house.
Dayani, vice president and general counsel for Rachel Zoe Inc., joined the cast of the reality show in the 2011 season. Traugott is the television division president of Brillstein Entertainment Partners. He will be an executive producer for the NBC pilot "No Harm Done." His production credits include last year's pilot for "Ringer," starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, and"Samantha Who?" (2007-09).
Traugott bought the property in 2003 for $1.29 million, public records show. The couple were married in 2010 and put the house on the market late last year at $1.549 million.
Sharona Alperin ofSotheby'sInternational Realty's Sunset office was the listing agent.
'30s home built for a Nobel Prize winner
A gated home in the Pacific Palisades/Brentwood area built for Nobel Prize-winning writer Thomas Mann is available for lease at $15,500 a month.
Constructed in 1939, the 5,266-square-foot house on an acre of property has been updated to enhance the indoor-outdoor traffic flow. Features include a family room/game room with a bar, walls of glass, a study with built-in shelves, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. A cabana stands beside the swimming pool. A commemorative plaque depicting Mann is on a wall of the house.
Mann, who died in 1955 at 80 in Zurich, Switzerland, wrote novels, short stories and essays. He won the Nobel Prize in literature in 1929. The anti-Nazi writer fled Germany in the early '30s for Switzerland before moving to the U.S. His short story "Disillusionment" is the basis for the Peggy Lee-recorded song "Is That All There Is?"
Although the house has a Pacific Palisades address in the Multiple Listing Service, The Times' Mapping L.A. database shows it sits within the Brentwood neighborhood.
Joyce Rey and Stephen Apelian with Coldwell Banker in Beverly Hills are the listing agents.