Howard Hughes’ legendary Hollywood mansion is up for sale

Hughes was one of the wealthiest men of his time, and he dated a long list of famous women, including Katharine Hepburn, Ava Gardner, Ginger Rogers And Joan Crawford. Always an eccentric, his worsening obsessive-compulsive disorder and trauma from his many plane crashes led him to become reclusive later in life. He died in 1976 on a plane en route from his home in Alcapulco to… Houston hospital. It will be photographed later by Leonardo DiCaprio In the movie “The Pilot” in 2004.

Almost 100 years after he moved to Hollywood In 1928 the house from which Howard Hughes His biggest movie production, which was also used as a filming location for The Aviator, hit the market $23 million. Majestic Spanish Renaissance property, designed by the famous architect Roland E. QuattIt is located on the eighth green of Wilshire Country Club, where Hughes loved to play golf. The 10,179 square foot home has been thoughtfully updated yet retains original details such as wood beamed ceilings and red clay floor tiles.

The palace is in the shape of a semi-oval, surrounded by a gate, and encloses a stunning cobbled central courtyard with a fireplace. Chef’s kitchen features brushed brass countertops, gold tiled hoods, and a 24-foot island. The huge family room has floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. Large windows offer views of the golf course, Hollywood Hills and the famous Hollywood sign. Joining the eight bedrooms is a show room, a 2,500-bottle temperature-controlled wine cellar, and an attached guest accommodation with a full kitchen and bathroom. The expansive backyard features lush greenery, several varieties of citrus trees, multiple lounge areas, a custom pizza oven, and a swimming pool. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Hancock Park is upscale Angels A neighborhood known for its architecturally significant homes. A haven for Gilded Age celebrities, including some of Hughes’ neighbours May West, Clark GableAnd Nat King Cole. Among the contemporary stars who call the area home: Margot Robbie And Fred Savage.

The list is owned by David Berg and f. Ron Smith From the Smith & Berg Partners team in Compass.

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