Goldwyn Family’s Beverly Hills Estate on Sale for $39 Million

Beverly Hills estate of Hollywood pioneer Samuel Goldwyn Sr. has come on the market at $39 million. Founder of one of the precursors to Paramount Pictures and the “G” in MGM, Samuel Goldwyn Senior commissioned this estate in 1934, from architect Douglas Honnold, who is known just as well for his irreverent Googie-style work as for his grand mansions. According to Variety, he “frequently used the property as collateral to finance his films.” Goldwyn Family's Beverly Hills Estate on Sale for $39 Million
The Georgian mansion, set on two acres in Beverly Hills hosted all the Old Hollywood luminaries, including Charlie Chaplin, Marlene Dietrich, Katharine Hepburn, Clark Gable, etc. The nearly 11,000 square feet house features six bedrooms and five bathrooms, a guest suite with private entrance, a staff apartment above the garage, a library, a card room, a gym and a theater with 35mm projection. It is surrounded by an expansive lawn, a rose garden, mature landscaping, a swimming pool with a pool house and a tennis court. Goldwyn Jr., who died this year at 88, grew up at the estate and lived there as an adult. Goldwyn Family's Beverly Hills Estate on Sale for $39 Million

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