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The Legendary Beverly House is located on a 6 flat acres atop a private knoll 3 blocks from Sunset Boulevard and the architect Gordon Kaufmann was commissioned to create this legendary masterpiece.

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The H-shaped residence exhibits a perfect combination of Spanish and Italian style, with intricately carved ceilings and paneled walls, French doors, balconies, arched ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, which overlook the famous cascading waterfalls to the pool and the Venetian columns beyond the pool house.

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The Beverly House was built for the banker  executive Milton Getz, and Marion Davies bought the property, in 1946, for William Randolph Hearst.

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The main level includes a 50 foot entry hall with loggia, a living room with 22 foot high arched and detailed ceilings, and the famed library with hand carved woodwork and staircase leading to second story wrap-around balcony and bookshelves. The billiard room contains herringbone parquet floors and a massive carved stone fireplace mantle from San Simeon. There is also a formal dining room, breakfast room, and family room with outdoor terrace accommodating up to 400 for sit-down dining.