2010 De Mille Drive | Laughlin Park
offered at $8,900,000
4 beds • 6 baths • 6,874 sqft
One of the 2 original estates built in the gated enclave of Laughlin Park, this extraordinary property boasts a rich Hollywood history.
Built in 1915 by architect William J. Dodd, the property was once home to Charlie Chaplin and his wife Mildred Harris, and later to silent movie star Anita Stewart. Legendary filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille purchased the estate in 1920, combining it with his home next door. It served as his production office, screening room and guest house until his death in 1959. Both homes remained in the DeMille family until the 1980’s, and were later detached and returned to their original status of two separate residences.
Careful renovations have faithfully maintained the estate’s rich history and architecture, while incorporating comfortable modern touches for today’s lifestyle. Flooded with natural light, the home features 4 bedrooms, 5 ½ baths, screening room, an exceptional master retreat, outdoor loggias and a beautiful pool & spa. Set on over half an acre.
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