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Peter Guber sells Bel-Air mansion

Producer of the 1989 movie "Batman" Peter Guber recently sold his Bel-Air home.

Producer of the 1989 movie "Batman" Peter Guber recently sold his Bel-Air home.

Moving trucks are likely to be seen driving through the affluent neighborhood of Bel-Air in Los Angeles, following a big name  producer selling his mansion.

Peter Guber, the Mandalay Entertainment chief, recently sold his Los Angeles home for $13.8 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The 4,324-square-foot home is one story and was built in 1959, the Times reported. Guber's former estate sits on two acres, which include large trees and professional landscaping.

Features of the home include three bedrooms and four bathrooms, in addition to high ceilings and breathtaking views from downtown to the ocean, the source stated.

The 69-year-old producer has worked on more than 55 movies, according to the website IMDB. Most well known for his role in producing the movie "Batman" in 1989 and the sequel in 1992, Guber also produced the films, "The Color Purple" in 1985, "Rain Man" in 1988 and "Montana Sky" in 2007.

The average value of a home in Bel-Air is more than $1.7 million, according to Zillow.