john woolf, 1962
restored by marmol radziner, 2018
Built in 1962, this home designed by John Elgin Woolf and completely restored by award-winning architects Marmol Radziner combines the glamour of old Hollywood with the comfort and luxury of all new systems and finishes. The longtime estate of actress Marjorie Lord, the home is a stunning example of the Hollywood Regency style, with theatricality, elegant proportions, and dramatic details. Located in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills, the home offers breathtaking views—from the grand living room, rear covered patio, and generous outdoor areas, including a new swimming pool—making this an ideal setting for both relaxing and entertaining. Distinctive original Woolf-designed features include Pullman entry doors, wood-paneled ceilings, large bay windows, and columns lining the curved patio area. Embracing the Southern California indoor-outdoor lifestyle, en-suite bedrooms each open through floor-to-ceiling sliding doors to a private courtyard or terrace, while the master suite with spacious spa-like bathroom has access to both a private courtyard and the pool area. A unique property with city-to-ocean views, this is a rare opportunity to own an iconic John Elgin Woolf-designed estate in Trousdale.
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