Kirk Douglas’ home hits the market for eye-watering price
The Beverly Hills home belonging to the late Kirk Douglas has hit the market with a hefty $USD 7.495 million ($NZD 11.12 million) price tag.
Douglas lived at the Hollywood home with his wife, Anne Douglas until his death at 103 in 2020. Anne died the following April, at the age of 102.
Their longtime home comes with a star-studded history, including autographed outdoor tiles signed by Hollywood royalty, including Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Roger Moore, Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Fonda, who left their marks while attending dinner parties hosted by the couple.
“Kirk and Anne loved to entertain, and they would host dinner parties with Hollywood icons,” said Rochelle Atlas Maize, the listing agent from Nourmand & Associates.
“Each dinner guest personally signed stepping stones that are now displayed in the backyard. These stones make this a truly one-of-a-kind property that is rich in history and unlike any other on the market right now.”
Along with the signed pavers, the four-bedroom, five-bedroom home boasts a resort-style pool and spa, and a two-storey guesthouse.
Inside, the house offers large living and dining areas, including a living room with a fireplace and French doors that spill out onto a brick-paved courtyard.
The rooms feature decorative ceiling designs, built-ins, ensuites, and natural light coming in through multiple windows and skylights.
The home, known as “The Stars of Beverly Hills”, was originally built in 1921.
Images: Getty Images, Realtor
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