Glamorous 1923 Beaux Arts estate in the Hollywood Dell is still up for grabs

Modeled after the Petit Trianon, a small chateau on the Palace of Versailles in France, this 1923 Beaux-Arts estate in the Hollywood Dell is just as swoon-worthy as the tower that inspired it.

Designed by J.S. Powell, noted architect of Reed and Company, the estate is rumored to have been built for  Theda Bara and once home to Rudolph Valentino.

One of the first California homes built fully electrical, this architectural replica was aptly named “The Hollywood Electrical Home.”

Sited on an 8,240-square-foot lot, the private grounds feature meticulously landscaped gardens, a gorgeous concert pavilion, and a custom saltwater pool with fountains.

Inside, a rotunda entrance hall leads to the living room with an adjacent intimate library/office on one side, or on the other side, the formal dining room with eye-catching ornate coffered ceilings.

Additional noteworthy features include a long galley-style entertainer’s kitchen positioned beautifully for indoor-outdoor serving, three spacious bedroom suites with glorious bathrooms, each with their dressing rooms, the home’s fourth bedroom suite with separate garden entrance for your guests, media room, outdoor gym, hardwood and marble floors, a spiral staircase, French doors and windows, and impressive city views.

Located at 6533 Cahuenga Terrace, the property is listed by Todd Goddard & Clinton Wade, asking $3.150 million.

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