Inside an Oscar Winner's Home
By J. Williams
Location:Hollywood Hills, Calif.
Beds, Bath: 5, 4.25
Floor Area: 4,617 sq. ft.
Per the listing: "Built in 1926, designed by Hollywood's Magic Castle creator Rollin B. Lane, this historic residence is the former estate of Oscar-winning actress Fay Bainter, and has been restored to reflect it's original glamor along with the sophistication and advanced amenities of today. Features include: Impressive two-story entry leads to an expansive living room. Multi-tiered patios with panoramic views of the city skyline including Capitol Records and rolling canyons. Music room. Designer chefs kitchen. Family room. Original crown moldings and lighting. Beautifully restored hardwood floors. Glamorous master bath with his and hers dressing rooms and shoe closets. Two additional bedrooms upstairs, one down. Luxury one-bedroom guest apartment with office, culinary kitchen, spa bath and private entrance. Much more."
Top to bottom, this one does it for us, but we were sold with the gold-tiled shower. Thanks to the photographer/Realtor for also including the pic of Hollywood and its many cranes.
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This article was originally published on Curbed.
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