Gorgeous Owlwood Estate for Sale in Los Angeles
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Gone home shopping? Make sure you don’t miss the stunning Owlwood Estate in Los Angeles, California. It is an Italian Renaissance-style mansion with 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and an impressive list of former owners.
Among them there is Hotel Bel-Air founder, Joseph Drown, 20th Century Fox co-founder Joseph Schneck, actor Tony Curtis, and artists Bono and Cher. Its first owner was Arthur Letts Jr., a real estate magnate and a department store owner, who had this mansion built for himself in 1936.
Designed by architect Robert Farquhar, the residence flaunts a 1,200-square-foot living area, and a total of 12,201 square feet of space. It is a home of luxury, with marble fireplaces, solid oak wall panels, and other expensive finishes.
The property is vast and well taken care of, and it includes a poolside guest house, a tennis court, and a beautiful garden with perfect lawn and nicely trimmed trees. The estate is currently the most expensive one in California, being offered for sale at a whopping $150 million.