Legendary Actor Robert Duvall Sells West Hollywood Bungalow for $1.6M
Robert Duvall got an offer he couldn’t refuse. According to Realtor.com, The Godfather star has sold his West Hollywood two-bedroom, three-bath home for $1.6 million. The property wasn’t the legendary actor’s main residence, however: He also owns a 362-acre farm in The Plains, Virginia, where he spends most of his time. Built in 1924, the 1,065-square-foot home was fully renovated and comes with a guesthouse. The property is “walled, gated, hedged, and extremely private,” according to the listing.
Duvall, who starred opposite Marlon Brando in The Godfather, owned the West Hollywood home for almost ten years. Built in 1924, the 1065-square-foot house has been fully renovated, and is located on a prime street in the Norma Triangle. It is also located behind gates and hedges for extra privacy. Beyond the seclusion, however, sits a front courtyard to welcome guests. The Spanish-style home also boasts hardwood floors, high ceilings, French doors leading into the master bedroom, and an open floor plan. The detached guesthouse includes a third bedroom that could also be turned into a gym or a studio.
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