With a total of 60 rooms—including 17 bedrooms and 25 bathrooms—encompassing 30,000 square feet, this is one of the largest houses ever built by Paul Williams, who, in the same era, also designed the Los Angeles homes of Lucille Ball and Frank Sinatra, among other celebrities.
Found in the affluent gated community of Hidden Hills, 5545 Dixon Trail is a captivating residence ideal for entertaining with its refined style and luxe finishes yet offers a floor plan more than befitting a family lifestyle and grounds suited to the avid equestrian.
Expect architecture that nods toward Spanish Colonial style, replete with a large central courtyard adorned with a fountain and outdoor fireplace that opens to enticing indoor environs rife with clay-veneer plaster walls, wide-plank French oak flooring and stylish Nanz hardware throughout.
Situated on an approximately 1.3-acre parcel of land at 9555 Heather Road, the opulent Paul Williams-designed compound features a duo of separate gated entrances that lead to a trio of separate structures totaling approximately 15,000 square feet.
The former Holmby Hills estate of actress Eva Gabor has sold for $11 million. According to Mansion Global,…
Designed in 1926 by legendary L.A. architect Paul Williams—and on the open market for the first time—this classic…
We’re not ones to speculate on where prices go from here, but like everyone interested in the housing market, it’s sure going to be interesting in the next 12 months. Plus a host of events to attend for Summer 2017
Celebrity homes for sale: A Paul Williams designed compound home built in 1941 for Bert Lahr, There’s Something About Mary producer Frank Beddor is selling his gated compound in Los Feliz, General Hospital’s Anthony Geary Hollywood Hills home, and fashion designer Leigh Bantivoglio’s Brentwood flats home.
Cher & Eddie Murphy’s Equestrian Dream Just minutes from Rodeo Drive and The Beverly Hills Hotel, nestled behind a…
Our Annual Year-End Architect | Design | Build Edition is a milestone achievement for DIGS, our marketing partners, our readers and the local community—it’s our 100th issue and it’s our biggest and best magazine we have ever published! In this special 100th edition of DIGS, we have an amazing editorial line-up. On the Cover is the WILLIAM FORD HACIENDA designed by noted architect Paul Revere Williams and currently listed for sale by Crosby Doe Associates.