Tuscan-Style Hollywood Castle

Once occupied by Carole Lombard and Clark Gable, this Tuscan-style castle has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 3 ornate fireplaces.
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This Tuscan style castle is one of the original Hollywoodland tract homes from 1924 designed and built by Los Angeles architect A.B. Crist. The residence was once occupied by Carole Lombard and Clark Gable among other notable Hollywood families over the years. Same owner since 1982. Upper beachwood canyon falls under the Hollywoodland Specific Plan Ordinance making this a very desirable historic location with a rich history. 

Home consists of 12 rooms and several porches on various floors. There are 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 3 fireplaces adorned with ornate hearths. The library is paneled in redwood, the floors are oak throughout along with some original light fixtures from the 1920's. There is a soaring barrel vault ceiling in the living room that continues to the music room. Bathrooms are tiled in ceramic and marble with the master having a built-in dry sauna and oversize tub and separate shower. Large, airy kitchen features tile counter tops, over-sized Sub Zero appliances. There is a two-car garage that is full-sized, there are three rooms in the lower level of the home that could be used for storage or work space. The backyard is ample with large patio and is landscaped.

Offered At $2,425,000

Keller Williams Santa Monica
Oscar Varela
310.980.1047
oscar.varela@kw.com
www.oscar.varela.kw.com

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