Former William Randolph Hearst Estate in Beverly Hills Reduced to $125M (PHOTOS)

Former William Randolph Hearst Estate in Beverly Hills Reduced to $125M

$125,000,000 | Built c.1926 | 50,000 Sq. Ft. | 19 Beds | 29 Baths | 3.53 Acres
1011 N Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, California, United States, 90210

Beverly Hills’ landmark Beverly House on 3.53 acres has been reduced to $125 million. Built in 1926 by Gordon Kaufmann for banking mogul Milton Getz and former estate of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies, the iconic Beverly House has had its fair share of celebrity guests. From hosting John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s honeymoon to serving as a filming location for movies like The Godfather and The Bodyguard, this home is nothing short of spectacular. According to Architectural Digest, this 50,000 square foot home offers 19 bedrooms, 29 bathrooms, and sits upon 3.5 acres. As if that wasn’t enough, this home also boasts a renowned H-form architecture, two-storey library, 22′ tall hand-painted ceiling, and even a billiards room with an opulent ceiling and fireplace both from the Hearst Castle. In 2007 the home was listed at a whopping $165 million and in 2010 was relisted at a “cheaper” $95 million. Six years later the home entered the market at a staggering $195 million and still could not find a buyer. As of 2018 the home dropped to $135 million and is currently on the market for $125 million. Despite its prominence, this home is also very private and offers “four wrought-iron security gates that block off an 800-foot driveway” (Architectural Digest). The Beverly House is currently on the market for $125 million with Mauricio Umansky of The Agency.


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