Presenting: 7953 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood Hill
(Offered at $1,595,0000 or lease at $4727mo for 1+ year or more)
Come re-live the glamour in one of Hollywood´s historic residences with 4 bedrooms & 3 baths. Extra deep special large lot with the most beautiful backyard , gardens & several grassy yard areas. Separate private GUEST HOUSE with its own kitchenette & more private gardens! This one of a kind Estate has lots of parking & great indoor outdoor flow, perfect for the Pre-Oscar Party! Old Hollywood History (with period lights & original fixtures, this home was designed by her friend William Haynes). Large grand spacious bright rooms with great French windows & hardwood floors throughout! Grand Master Suite with large walk in closet and spiral staircase leading up to a separate large loft!
Hollywood movie buffs will appreciate the original pictures hanging on walls & memorabilia of this Legend!
Click on link to watch Steven in VIDEO showing home
During a break in production on Gone with the wind Carol Lombard and Clark Gable drove to Arizona to get married. Clark Gable known as "the king of Hollywood" . They were married on March 29 1939/ which only cemented her status as a beloved icon and ½ of the most famous couple in tinseltown . In comedies like 20th century 1934, along side John Barrymore, and my man Godfrey 1936 (Which she received an Oscar nomination) and nothing Sacred 1937 she helped define the golden era of screwball comedy. She teamed up with Alfred Hitchcock in Mr. and Mrs Smith 1941. At the time of her death ,she was the highest paid female star earning $500,000 a year. In 1941 the usa entered World War II . She was selling war bonds for a country recently attacked by Pearl Harbor. She raised more than 2 million in war bonds .Returning home Carole said they would flip a coin , heads the train, tails the plane. Her mom wanted to take the train. The fatal coin came up tails. She died in a dc-3 airplane crash returning home in jan 16 1942 less than a month before the Oscars. Her mom died also. She is buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale CA NEAR Clark Gable. Lucille Ball said her decision to do I love Lucy was made after Lombard who had been a good friend to Lucille, came to her in a dream and advised her to take a chance and enter the unknown and at the time, a risky world of television. She was called the profane angel, because she looked like an angel and swore like a sailor.