Over time, some older homes become outdated, fall into ruin or lose their appeal. But this Beverly Hills home continues to attract the rich and famous, ranging from starlet Betty Grable in the 1940s to Madonna and Diane Keaton in recent years.
Built in the height of Hollywood’s Golden Age, the estate at 1015 N. Roxbury Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210, is the brainchild of California architect Wallace Neff. Famous for his fusion of Spanish and Mediterranean styles, Neff designed homes for many Old Hollywood stars, most notably, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. His iconic California-style homes remain popular among celebrities today.
The Hollywood-area property includes a 7-bedroom main home, two guest houses, multiple courtyards, a pool and a rose garden. Keaton purchased the home in 1998, and Madonna later followed in her footsteps.
Thanks to the dedication of the past and current owners, the home has been meticulously maintained and is now being offered for $18.495 million in the Los Angeles real estate market.