John Elgin Woolf, AIA, gave the Beverly Hills elite a new kind of home, as glamorous as any movie set. Enter through the gates of one of his magnificently designed private estates, home to the late Patrick Doheny and you will find a true architectural masterpiece. Built in 1972, this home was conceptualized by Woolf, who was considered the godfather of Hollywood Regency. This is one of only 4 homes in Trousdale Estates, including Paul Trousdale’s own home, that were designed by Woolf. A 5 bedroom, 7 bath estate that features soaring ceilings, marble fireplaces, private guest quarters on the second level, and pool with mature landscaping.
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