In the ’80s, Helen Mirren and her husband, filmmaker Taylor Hackford, together purchased a 100-year-old Spanish Colonial mansion in Los Angeles. After decades of ownership, the couple are ready to part with the same storied estate.
Originally built in the early 20th century, Millen and Hackford’s longtime home sits on 6.5 acres near Runyon Canyon Park. The spread spans approximately 11,000 square feet and consists of a 5-bedroom main house and a separate 3-bedroom guest house. The property also has extensive gardens, a large swimming pool and parking for 5 cars. Since its inception in 1911, the house has only had four of his owners. All of them have something to do with the silver screen.
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“We’ve always been very lucky with the pedigree of this house and the fact that everyone who lived in it was an artist working in Hollywood,” Hackford said. wall street journal Back in July 2021. Among the previous residents was Dustin Farnham, a Western movie star of the silent era. He is known as the original owner of the residence. It was then sold to writer/producer Mark Hellinger and later owned by actress and first female executive producer Gail Patrick.
The mansion itself is very private, behind two gates and at the end of a long winding driveway. This is great if the next owner happens to be another celebrity. And if you’re worried about the vacant lot behind it, don’t worry, it won’t be developed. Inside, distinguishing features include a spacious wood-paneled library and bar, and a dining room that seats up to 10 people. Elsewhere, the living room is adorned with a fireplace and opens onto a private outdoor terrace. Coldwell Banker Realty’s listing agent Stephen Apelian said, “The property exudes an Old He’s Hollywood vibe, and the fact that he’s been the only four owners since it was built and all of them are influential Hollywood figures. The fact that the
Do you have a taker? If so, it will cost you a cool $16.9 million.
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