Two Exquisite SoCal Estates in Sunny Holmby Hills, Los Angeles
Los Angles, the entertainment capital of the world and a city filled with vibrant culture, endless fine dining and plenty of opportunities to own a piece of Hollywood history. Recently listed, both The Manor and The Edie Goetz Estate sit in the heart of undoubtedly the most sought after neighborhood in LA, Holmby Hills.
The Manor is amongst the most exceptional properties in the United States, with its elegance and grandeur it embodies a category of luxury all on its own. Situated on almost five acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, this ultra-private residence will make you feel right at home.
The home was originally built by entertainment royalty Candy and Aaron Spelling, before being acquired by its current owner. Designed by architects James Langenheim & Associates and built in 1988, the French chateau-style residence is one of the most luxurious homes in the world. The main residence’s most recent renovations took place in 2011, and the current owner spared no expense to update the estate to a contemporary style.
For the first time in almost 25 years, The Edie Goetz Estate has hit the market. Covering nearly four and half acres of land, the property is a magnificent example of Georgian Revival architecture originally completed in 1938. Designer Gordon Kaufmann used classic elements including high ceilings, grand public rooms and ornate wrought iron details. In 1947, Edie Goetz engaged legendary Hollywood designer Billy Haines to enhance the main house as a showplace for lavish events. One of the most iconic rooms is the paneled art deco modern library/bar also designed by Haines. This private paradise is set behind large gates and offers complete privacy. Features of the estate include: verdant manicured grounds, three guest houses, 11 bedrooms, two swimming pools, a tennis court and rare specimen trees.
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