Hollywood's Golden Era -- The SAMUEL GOLDWYN ESTATE, Arthur S. Heineman, Architect. Introducing The Fuller House, impeccably designed and crafted by architect Arthur S. Heinemann in 1916 for early Los Angeles developer, R.E. Fuller, and later the home of the legendary Samuel Goldwyn, co-founder of Paramount Studios and MGM. This historic neoclassical residence has been thoughtfully restored to honor its iconic elegance and integrity. Here is a warm and inviting lifestyle in one of Hollywood's most prestigious and magical locations. Grandly proportioned rooms, high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, exquisite moldings, 4 fireplaces, stunning multi-pane windows and French doors blend to create a rare and uncommon environment. Among its many unique features is a lavish 3-room primary suite with private terrace, 3 additional guest bedrooms, screening room/library, period bathrooms, storied dining room, junior dining room, 2-bedroom staff wing, newly renovated eat-in kitchen, large butler's pantry and separate self-contained 1-bedroom guest house. And the grounds ... towering trees, elegant palms, rolling lawns, formal boxwood trimmed gardens, swimmer's pool and pool pavilion, double-gated motor court, all set on an expansive 32,000+/- square foot lot. Infinite tranquility and privacy. Truly an architectural jewel and remarkable investment.
Listing Agent: Branden Williams, The Beverly Hills Estates
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