This 90-yr-outdated mansion sits in Beverly Hills, but its roots are tied to Hollywood. Owned by Paramount Pics in the 1960s and much more a short while ago by late producer Charles Fries, the 13,000-sq.-foot residence just surfaced for sale at $25 million.
That’s just about five times the $5.625 million that Fries paid out for it again in 1989. The prolific producer, accountable for the “Amazing Spider-Man” Tv collection, died this year at 92.
The Aged Hollywood estate is now owned by a have confidence in tied to his family members. Among the its quite a few highlights are a 500-sq.-foot film theater with a 35-millimeter projection booth and a stylish pool dwelling built by Paul Williams — the star architect who built properties for Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
The pool property made by Paul Williams.
The motion picture theater.
The living area.
Aerial see of the estate.
Perched on a 1.2-acre promontory, the estate squeezes in a gated driveway, motor court docket, primary residence, pool residence, brick courtyard, swimming pool, tennis courtroom and a back garden set amid mature trees and dense landscaping. The constructions incorporate for six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms in more than 13,000 square toes.
Grand community areas with loads of home windows make up the main level. Downstairs is the motion picture theater, as very well as a match area, wine cellar, gym and next kitchen area.
Balconies and verandas hold off all sides of the household, and the most important suite by itself offers two terraces. Across the leafy grounds, the Williams-made pool house has barrel ceilings and a bar.
Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Realty retains the listing with David Parnes and James Harris of the Agency.