With 7 bedrooms and 7 baths, there’s plenty of room in this home, which was designed by the famed architect Paul R. Williams in 1937. The estate was originally custom created for Grace Moore, the singer and actress, and her husband Valentin Parera (although the couple never actually lived in it).
The two-story residence, which measures just shy of 5,800 square feet of interior living space, includes a pub room, a wood-paneled study / reading room, a formal dining room, and two upper-level terraces that are perfect for taking in the view.
The French doors and windows, along with the crown moldings and built-ins, also add to the beauty of the home, which seamlessly combines the quality of yesterday with today’s modern conveniences.
Just a few of the other bonuses include several fireplaces, a detached guest house (which could easily be used as a private home office or studio), and professionally landscaped grounds with hedges and gates to provide an added level of privacy.
Located at 139 North Saltair Avenue in the Brentwood area, this one-of-a-kind property is currently being offered for sale at $10.695 million. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.