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A $6.25 Million Beverly Hills Tear Down

A $6.25 Million Beverly Hills Tear Down

A $6.25 Million Beverly Hills Tear Down
October 10
12:05 2013

12-593055_1A $6.25 Million Beverly Hills Tear Down

805 N Linden Drive, Beverly Hills, California, United States, 90210

If you’ve ever wondered what a multi-million dollar teardown in the famed Beverly Hills looks like prepare to be surprised.  This flawless Spanish Colonial Revival was designed in 1926 by Wallace Neff and offers just over 6,200 square feet of space with four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, beautiful wood detail throughout including beamed ceilings, a remodeled kitchen, formal dining room, and large swimming pool in the backyard.  Curbed Los Angeles reports that this also the home that Howard Hughes crashed his airplane into it on July 7, 1946.  The new owners have posted a 30-day notice for a demolition permit as well as a notice that they have applied for new construction permits.  For the full story click here.

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