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HISTORIC BEVERLY HILLS FRENCH REVIVAL ESTATE

A rare offering, Maison Lucile is an iconic Historic Beverly Hills French Revival estate nestled in a bucolic setting on a coveted cul-de-sac along star-studded Ridgedale Drive. Designed by architect Nicholas A. Kabush in 1935, the exquisite residence retains an excellent level of original historic integrity and detail.

Grand living room of the Historic Beverly Hills French Revival Estate by architect Nicholas A. Kabush

The compound features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an expansive pool, and verdant gardens on a prime .6-acre lot in one of Beverly Hills’ most exclusive neighborhoods. The timeless exterior boasts a steeply pitched slate-clad roof with steeple-like finials, round towers with conical roofs, decorative half-timbering, distinctive stonework, leaded glass windows, and the original whimsical bird weathervane.

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Hancock Park French Normandy home
by Architect Arthur Rolland Kelly, 1939

Hancock Park French Normandy home

Lovely Hancock Park French Normandy home on prime Hudson Avenue radiates pride of ownership. Published front garden boasts lush and verdant shrubbery and trees.

Formal entry features an elegant circular staircase that leads to the upstairs. A large step-down living room boasts a charming fireplace, character paneling, and French doors that lead to the outdoor grounds.

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Hollywood Hills Townhome at the Chateau Beachwood by Renowned Architect Walter C King

Hollywood Hills Townhome at the Chateau Beachwood by architect Walter C King
6057 Scenic Ave, Hollywood Hills, 90068
2 BD / 2 BA
$829,000

Storybook Hollywood Hills townhome in the landmark Chateau Beachwood, designed in 1937 by renowned architect Walter C King reportedly to house Warner Bros. actresses of the golden age.
Hollywood Hills Townhome at the Chateau Beachwood
Former occupants are said to include Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich.

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