The 1,412-square-foot house was built in 1922.
Saint James is an actress known for her Emmy-winning work in television during the '60s, '70s and '80s, most notably for the series "The Name of the Game", "McMillan and Wife" and "Kate & Allie".
Prior to her acting career, she modeled as a teenager in Illinois. She moved to California at the age of 20 and was soon cast in two episodes of "Ironside", which ran on NBC.
Her first Emmy Award came in 1969 for her role as Peggy Maxwell on "The Name of the Game." This was followed in the early 1970s with four Emmy nominations for her role opposite Rock Hudson in "McMillan and Wife." After an unsuccessful bid for movie fame, she returned to the small screen via the 1980s sitcom "Kate & Allie" with Jane Curtin and garnered three more Emmy nominations.
Saint James announced her retirement after "Katie & Allie" ended in "The Drew Carey Show" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." In 2008, she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Her third husband, Dick Ebersol, is the chairman of NBC Sports. They first met when she had a guest-stint on "Saturday Night Live," where he was executive producer.
She attended the Connecticut College for Women, and holds honorary degrees from five Connecticut institutions including the University of Connecticut and Southern Connecticut State University.
Mr. Hagelin is the CEO of WeSC, a Stockholm, Sweden-based clothing company, which he founded in 2000.
WeSC has a penthouse office in downtown Los Angeles.
Address: 1028 Maple Street
Buyer(s): Susan Saint James Ebersol and Harmony Lucas
Seller(s): Ann Charlotte Hagelin and Greger Hagelin
Sale date: Oct. 29, 2007