Hollywood screen legends Greto Garbo, Claudette Colbert, Gary Cooper, and Bette Davis have all called this historic Hollywood hacienda home and now you can, too. Listed for $9.25 million, the exquisite 1926 Spanish Colonial estate is on the market for the first time in 50 years.
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Hollywood screen legends Greto Garbo, Claudette Colbert, Gary Cooper, and Bette Davis have all called this historic Hollywood hacienda home and now you can, too. Listed for $9.25 million, the exquisite 1926 Spanish Colonial estate is on the market for the first time in 50 years. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Los-Angeles/301-N-Rockingham-Ave-90049/home/6838846" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
The expansive 5,633 square foot home sits behind a wrought iron gate that provides the utmost privacy and security to the home's occupants.
Up the winding driveway is a large motor court that has a total of 18 parking spaces. Three of those parking spaces are in the covered garage.
The Brentwood estate was originally built in 1926 by famed California architect Reginald D. Johnson for Detroit businessman George E. Naylon.
Not only has the home finally hit the market for the first time in 50 years, but it is priced at a discount. The current asking price of $9.25 million is a reduction from the original price tag of $10.695 million in November 2010.
A view of the step-down living room that features one of the three wood-burning fireplaces in the home.
The brick patio is surrounded by mature and lush foliage and is perfect for lounging in the afternoon sun.
The property totals 1.19 acres and is incredibly secluded and private.
A view of the formal dining room that looks out to the stunning garden.
The home features garden, hill, mountain and ocean views.
A view of the spacious kitchen that features a large center island and stainless steel appliances.
A view of the brightly lit kitchen and its cozy breakfast nook.
The famed Hollywood abode features seven bedrooms and 5.25 bathrooms.
A view of the home's library.
Opt to take your meals outside in this wonderful covered patio and dining area.
A view of the dramatic staircase that leads to the home's second floor.
Greta Garbo called this residence home between 1931-1932 and Claudette Colbert resided here from 1932-1934.
A view of the master bedroom that features a fireplace and access to a private balcony.
A view of the master bathroom.
The master suite includes an expansive walk-in closet.
Stunning views of the mountains are visible from many rooms in the home.
This bedrooms is connected to an incredible sun room.
A view of the landscaped backyard and the free-form pool.
No pool is complete without a pool house!