This French Normandy townhome in Walter C. Kings landmark, Chateau Beachwood, was designed in 1937 and was reportedly built by Warner Bros to house their starlets (legend has it, this list includes Greta Garbo, Marlene Deitrich, Madonna and Marilyn Monroe, who is said to have lived in this very unit!) Upon arrival, you are greeted by magical turrets and billowing willow trees.
Enter into to a home brimming with period details. Enjoy a sun-soaked living area filled with oversized casement windows and strip oak hardwood floors.
Leading through to the formal dining area and all-white kitchen that features stainless steel Bertazzoni stove and microwave, wine fridge, and Fisher and Paykel dishwasher drawers.
Beyond the kitchen is the laundry room with a stacked washer and dryer and a back door leading out to a stoop and beautiful gardens.
Gorgeous green magnesite stairs with the original art deco balustrade lead you upstairs.
Both oversized bedrooms feature “wedding cake” relief plasterwork and are flooded by light from oversized casement windows.
The large bathroom features a walk-in shower and original yellow and purple tile work with a matching green bathtub, toilet, and sink.
Nestled underneath the Hollywood sign and within walking distance of famed Beachwood cafe and Franklin Village, this unit has been upgraded to include new central HVAC and new 125 amp sub panel. Welcome home to your piece of Hollywood history!