Spanish Beverly Hills Estate Built By Famed Architect For Sale
Beverly Hills Estate Features Spanish-Style Throughout
Recently featured as an LA Times Hot Property is a classic Spanish-style Beverly Hills estate built in 1926 and designed by well-known architect Wallace Neff. The property, located at 1800 Angelo Drive, is facing the Jack L. Warner estate on Angelo Drive, the gated residence was once occupied by film director and choreographer Busby Berkeley and his then-wife, character actress Esther Muir according to the LA Times.
The home, which is currently priced for sale at $7.98 million, has 5,000 sq.ft. and features 5-bedrooms and 5-baths. In addition, it’s located behind private gates and has a lot size of 0.3 acres.
Artful Spanish-Style Amenities Throughout
Exuding classic California, Spanish-style, the home has features such as red Spanish Saltillo tile, hardwood floors, wright iron railings and other features such as curved archways and classic tiling. Upon stepping into the living room there is a fireplace, beautiful expansive wood beams, and plenty of natural light. Walk into the kitchen and find a large modern chef’s kitchen that opens to a breakfast nook. In true Spanish-style there are indoor and outdoor dining rooms perfect for enjoying lunch and dinners.
Upstairs there is the large master suite featuring a sitting area, fireplace, and outdoor terrace which offers a relaxing ambiance. There is also 3 additional bedrooms, and a 4 other terraces featured throughout the home. Step outside and there are gardens and pathways featured throughout, in addition to lookouts and amazing views of the Hollywood Hills below. There is also a large pool with cabana and spa with waterfall. Additional amenities include an art studio and a 2-car garage with 1-car motor court.
According to the LA Times, the architect of this estate, Wallace Neff, is well-known for designing Spanish Colonial Revival homes, many of which he designed for Hollywood stars such as Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Groucho Marx, and Judy Garland.