The former Beverly Hills estate of Movie Mogul Darryl F. Zanuck and silent screen star Virginia Fox Zanuck has just hit the market. The home was owned by the Zanuck’s from the 1920’s into the early 1940’s, during Hollywood’s Golden Age. It was during ownership of the estate that Darryl Zanuck formed Twentieth Century Fox in 1935.The property brims with the classic charm of that time and now benefits from a multi-year rebuild and restoration featuring updated modern amenities. The estate’s original details have been beautifully enhanced by the addition of contemporary, yet elegant, touches like countless French doors that allow for a more sought after indoor-outdoor flow. Outside, the walled and gated grounds are lushly planted with specimen trees and tall hedges that allow for privacy and multiple areas for entertaining. This stunning property is ready for its “close-up” and next Hollywood chapter…
This exquisite Spanish Colonial has undergone a comprehensive restoration & rebuild, resulting in the perfect balance of period charm & modern amenities. Set behind gates & towering palms, the lush grounds offer tall hedges, beautiful plantings & privacy. Inside the antique front door, you’re immediately struck by the entry hall’s grand staircase & the soaring cross-trussed beams of the formal living room. The main rooms all open to the gardens- the redesign of the home has provided a contemporary indoor/outdoor flow. Every surface offers the finest materials & hardware. The massive chef’s kitchen offers butler’s pantry, huge island, marble counters, large informal dining area and adjoining family room that opens to the pool, spa, outdoor fireplace & pool house. Upstairs, the lavish master suite has a fireplace, spacious terrace, large walk-in closet and a spectacular set of his & her baths. This home must be seen to appreciate the wonderful charm & endless attention to detail.
Address: 510 N Hillcrest Road, Beverly Hills
Listing Agent: John Galich
Listing Price: $9,500,000
Photo credit: Marc Angeles, Unlimited Style Photography