Gene Barry’s Longtime L.A. Home Listed

The longtime abode of the late actor Gene Barry is now on the market for $5.995 million. The seven bedroom house is located in prime Beverly Hills and on a street the LA Times dubbed a "street of gold" for its plethora of luxury mansions. Barry, who passed away in 2009 at the age of 90, starred as Bat Masterson in Legendary Lawman from 1958-1961 and in the 1953 film The War of the Worlds. View the listing.

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The longtime abode of the late actor Gene Barry is now on the market for $5.995 million. The seven bedroom house is located in prime Beverly Hills and on a street the LA Times dubbed a "street of gold" for its plethora of luxury mansions. Barry, who passed away in 2009 at the age of 90, starred as Bat Masterson in Legendary Lawman from 1958-1961 and in the 1953 film The War of the Worlds. View the listing.
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The 1927 Spanish-style hacienda features a spacious living room plastered in powder blue painted walls with a vaulted and beamed ceiling.
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The late actor's family room and entertainment space includes a brick fireplace, built-in shelving, Mexican paver tiled floors, and a bright lime green pool table.
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Gene Barry was born Eugene Klass and chose his professional stage name in honor of John Barrymore.
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This large room also includes a wet bar where many celebrated Hollywood figures enjoyed a drink.
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The home totals 6,847 square feet and is located on .37 acres of land in prime Beverly Hills.
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A view of the late actor's formal dining room.
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The classy kitchen boasts Mexican paver tiled floors, a large center island, and high-end appliances.
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The digs include seven bedrooms and 6.75 bathrooms.
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A view of the master suite that features room for a small office and lounge area.
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This bright red painted bedroom has French doors that open to the landscaped backyard and pool deck.
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The backyard includes a free form pool and plenty of mature lush foliage.
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