Susan Smith is thrilled to present this Wallace Neff Estate.
Renowned architect Wallace Neff, revered for developing the signature “California Style,” designed the architecturally significant estate in the 1930s for actor Frederic March, and his wife actress, Florence Eldridge.
Other former owners include Wallis Annenberg, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston who spent three years renovating the compound.
12,000-square-feet of unrivaled luxury, the French Normandy Revival is one of the most recognizable estates of Hollywood’s Golden Age, from its octagonal tower to its heated marble kitchen floors and even wood floors imported from a 200-year-old French chateau.
Designed with the entertainer in mind, the formal dining room seats up to 20 guests.
Upstairs, there are four expansive bedrooms en suite and a private exercise room.
The bar room with its original fireplace converts to digital projector room with a customized gourmet cooking kitchen with eat-in area.
The impressive lower level includes a bar and sitting room which leads onto the outdoor oasis of a backyard. Here you will find a massive swimming pool and outdoor living area with a fireplace. The seller also added a tennis court and separate mid-century modern guesthouse.
With a separate gated entry on two streets providing complete and ultimate privacy. Offering the ultimate in pedigree in Beverly Hills, you’ll never want to leave this trophy compound.
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