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1011  N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA
The Milton Getz Estate  
1011 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA

One of LAs most iconic and legendary homes. The Hearst Estate was built in 1926 and is a prized property for collectors of fine architecture. As the former residence of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, actress Marion Davies, and even used as a honeymoon hideaway for The Kennedys, The Hearst Estate is anchored in American Legend and is a one-of-a-kind home. Set at the end of one of the citys longest private driveway, this stunning estate pays tribute to its architect, Gordon Kaufman. The main house has 9 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms and enjoys a seemingly endless list of opulent living spaces. A formal living room is set under a soaring 22 ft arched hand-painted ceiling, a historic 2-story wood-paneled library, plus a billiards room w/fireplace reminiscent of Hearst Castle, an art-deco nightclub, 2 projection/screening rooms, grand state public rooms, and entertaining areas that can accommodate 1,000 guests. Complimenting the main house, the ancillary improvements include 2 staff/guest apartments, a pool house, a tennis pavilion, and a two-story 5 bedroom gatehouse. All this is set on 3.5 acres of private grounds with sun-soaked terraces, lawns, waterfalls & Olympic sized pool. LISTED BY ORDER OF U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT. SALE IS SUBJECT TO COURT CONFIRMATION & OVERBID
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505  S Rimpau Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
505 S Rimpau Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Sophistication, style & stunning architectural detail are some of the hallmarks of this truly remarkable Hancock Park 1/2 acre estate. Designed by Johnson, Kaufmann & Coate, 3 of the most significant architects of the golden age of Southern California, the distinguished brick-and-stone English Tudor Revival is set back on a tree-lined street, home to notable executives & Hollywood celebrities. Dramatic public spaces have been the site of grand receptions, charity events & chamber recitals. Architectural Digest featured the extensive use of teak paneling, including the spectacular living room, its soaring 24-foot ceiling & choir loft. The family room is reminiscent of an English pub. A gracious formal dining room w/ fireplace adjoins the updated gourmet kitchen & charming breakfast room. A beautifully detailed 2-story staircase ascends to a stately primary wing boasting a richly paneled study (5th bedroom converted to study) w/ a hidden door that opens to the bedroom suite w/ cathedral ceiling. Majestic, landscaped grounds are enhanced by a lagoon-style pool, spa, koi pond, fountain & covered outdoor kitchen. Enchanting garden boasts numerous varieties of flowers. A charming guest quarters w/ bath are located above the 3-car garage & a storybook cottage creates a perfect writers lair. The provenance of this magnificent estate is unparalleled!
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1780   Lombardy RD, SAN MARINO, CA
1780 Lombardy RD, SAN MARINO, CA

~The H.L. Thompson House, Gordon Kaufmann, FAIA 1938~Anchoring San Marinos Architects Row, The HL Thompson House is Gordon Kaufmanns brilliant contribution to this select fellowship. A statement property, perhaps a response to George Washington Smiths Ostoff House and the Parker Toms Residence by Wallace Neff, the Thompson house is bold and impressive without compromise. Only Kaufmanns second Palladian estate, the property imposes its presence from first sight. Public rooms are oversized and grand, hand painted ceilings, a 30x40 drawing room with Italian marble fireplace, a dining room with wallpaper by Zuber & Cie and a walnut paneled library with hidden bar-room caused an article to declare, The most beautiful and tastefully furnished mansion you have ever seen. With the original grounds spanning the entire block, ending directly across from the extensive gardens of Henry and Arabella Huntington, Gordon Kaufmann, placed the Thompson House on the far North/East side allowing the Thompson gardens to flow directly into the Huntingtons, thereby creating the illusion of one continuous flowing sea of green. A monument to the Golden Age of architecture; an opportunity to experience the opulence and grandeur of the lifestyles whos participants were the founders of the institutions and cities that define Southern California today. *2BR/1BA g
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