The world was completely seduced by Bridgerton and its look into Regency-era architecture, and now you can tour the home of one of the writer's that brought the show to life.
Writer Oliver Goldstick has listed his family home of nearly 25 years for $3.999 million. Casa Amarilla is the grand Mediterranean-style home of the writer and producer, known for his work on Pretty Little Liars and Bridgerton.
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The historic home was built in 1923, and is a secret from the street, hidden in its own little oasis.
The stately, three-story property has 4,500 square-foot of space, and boasts soaring ceilings, sun-drenched rooms, and a 40ft swimming pool, making it an entertainer's dream. Indeed, it's actually been the setting of many weddings, fundraisers, and concerts.
There are three bedrooms on the top floor as well a private, expansive 1,000 square-foot master suite on a separate floor with an elegant spa-like bath boasting beautiful skyline views.
The master suite also has direct access onto the terrace so you can go from bed to poolside within seconds.
The spacious chef's kitchen boasts Viking and Miele appliances and opens onto a cozy family room.
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There's a formal dining room with 9ft ceilings, a loft above the living room, multiple patios, a home office with 3⁄4 bath, and a yurt on the hillside, surrounded by mature landscaping, that's currently being used as a gym/yoga studio.
This warm, beautifully-preserved historic home, dating back to the silent screen era, is a rare gem, and an easy walk to the trendy shops and restaurants of Vermont and Hillhurst, and the trails of Griffith Park.
The property is listed by Dorothy Carter and Michael Orland of Douglas Elliman (opens in new tab).
Who is Oliver Goldstick?
An American TV screenwriter and producer, 60-year-old Oliver Goldstick has worked on some of the top hit shows, most recent of which was Bridgerton. Before this, he spent seven years showrunningand directing Pretty Little Liars, and also launched High School Musical: The Series for Disney +.
Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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