Among the most unique properties in the United States is The Beverly House, the former estate of world-renowned newspaper magnate, William Randolph Hearst and famed actress, Marion Davies.
The Beverly House is well known for its memorable scenes in the movies The Godfather and The Bodyguard.
The infamous 'horse head' scene (as it's known by filmgoers) from The Godfather takes place in the bedroom of this rather grand Los Angeles villa.
In a coveted location only three blocks from Sunset Boulevard and the Beverly Hills Hotel, The Beverly House features 18 bedrooms and suites, a near Olympic-size swimming pool, lighted tennis court, two screening rooms, a commercial grade kitchen, terraces to accommodate 400 guests for a seated dinner. and grounds to accommodate more than 1,000 people, among other notable attributes.
You have the chance to be part of history, as it is said that easy presidents have hosted numerous parties and events at The Beverly House. This house has quite the illustrious history as JFK and Jackie Kennedy honeymooned there, as well as it being the house from where the former President launched his West Coast campaign.
Designed by Gordon Kaufmann, the famed architect behind the Hoover Dam and some of the most important estates in the Beverly Hills area, The Beverly House stands as an emblem of Hollywood’s Golden Era.
Sitting on its own promontory, The Beverly House offers extreme privacy and security with four security gates and several perimeter housing structures.
Together with the adjacent property, this is an incredible opportunity to own one of the country’s most treasured properties, with unparalleled luxury, privacy and grounds to roam.
This exclusive property belonging to can be acquired for 125 million US dollars through The Agency.