Steeped in Hollywood history, the Paul Williams-inspired French Chateau that once belonged to Marcia Israel-Curley, and was a regular Hollywood hotspot for preeminent parties with presidents, politicians and celebrities, has hit the market for $29.5 million.
Known for more than her elaborate cocktail parties and roster of VIP guests including President Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George Bush, Former California Governor Pete Wilson, Joan Collins, Tony Martin, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Connie Stevens, among many others, Marcia Israel-Curly is often referred to as a retail innovator, founding the first women’s specialty boutique, Judy’s, in 1946.
Beyond the private driveway, the six-bedroom, nine-bathroom estate, built in 1937, is comprised of nearly 7,500-square-feet, and boasts a grand formal dining room, spa-like baths, a spacious living room, library, bar, and indulgent eat-in chef’s kitchen. The 1.7 acres of lush grounds include a private park, grassy yard, garden, walking paths, expansive terraces, and a grandiose pool. Designed with exquisite crown moldings, beautiful arches, mahogany floors, and pristine marble, the residence exhibits the finest details and craftsmanship.
Located in the prestigious Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles known for its affluent and notable residents, this Gatsbyesque chateau is the epitome of Old Hollywood glamour and elegance.
List Price: $29,500,000