LEGENDS X Luxury Property Tour Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Global Luxury
A rare opportunity to view three estates in iconic L.A. areas – Trousdale Estates, Bel Air and Santa Monica’s Millionaires Row. Each property has a unique celebrity history and has been re-envisioned for a modern, affluent buyer or awaiting the right touch from a talented designer. Available only to LEGENDS X registrants. Transportation not provided. Neighborhoods near each property have parking so some walking should be expected, or you may want to get a Lyft.
Trousdale Modern, Beverly Hills
Rumored to be the previous residence of Howard Hughes, this private and gated mid-century modern estate takes its place on a knoll in iconic Trousdale Estates overlooking the entire city. Prepare to be seduced by cinematic city and ocean views captured from floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto entertaining patios, a pool, a spa, and a remarkable rooftop deck featuring a theater, bar and fireplace.
Regal Bel Air Compound
A regal compound worthy of a prince — or Prince himself, who is known to have lived in this prized East Gate Bel Air jewel. A vaulted entry, with high windows and sweeping staircase, sets a dramatic tone that permeates the entire 36,000 square-foot residence. On the lower level, the majesty of this home reveals itself, opening to the approximately 20,000 square-foot entertainment space that includes an indoor full resort spa and pool, massage room, sauna and steam bath, game rooms, bowling alley, expansive cinema, full bar and sports court, as well as guest living quarters.
Hollywood Heritage on Santa Monica Beach
Teeming with Hollywood history, this French Normandy-style estate was built in 1929 for silent film star Norma Talmadge by architect Paul R. Crawley. The home’s sought-after location on Santa Monica Beach — the original Gold Coast where Hollywood royalty lived — provided the perfect retreat for a long list of celebrities, including Cary Grant, Randolph Scott, Barbara Hutton, Irving Berlin, Howard Hughes, Sharon Tate and Princess Grace of Monaco. The 5,530 square-foot residence still exudes much of the same grace and charm that they presumably enjoyed, as many of the original details have been left intact. The back garden offers the epitome of California living, from covered and open patios to a full-size heated pool, paddle tennis/pickle ball court, and raised viewing deck highlighting the beautiful sunsets from the Santa Monica Pier to Malibu and the sparkling blue