Beverly Hills, CA 90210
This unique Mediterranean residence evokes a presence seen on the Italian Amalfi coast. Built against a hillside with stunning views of the Hollywood Hills, it was designed in 1926 by Hollywood's most famous celebrity architect, Wallace Neff, and was once the home of legendary choreographer Busby Berkeley as well as Oscar-winning screenwriter John Balderston of Frankenstein and Mummy fame. Neff's "California" rendition of Spanish architecture is reflected in curved archways, Saltillo tiles, hardwood floors, wrought iron railings and handsome wood beams with sunlit living spaces that delight the eye from all angles, day and night. Surrounding the home are terraced garden and pathways along with Italian Cypress trees, tall walls and gates, creating a private enclave, perfect for intimate gatherings and entertaining parties. The classic design of the residence, with its modern accents, creates a rare sense of tranquility. Only minutes from coveted Beverly Hills schools and Rodeo Drive.
Paul Margolis with Rodeo Realty - Beverly Hills
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