Nestled within Beverly Hills' coveted Trousdale Estates, this spectacular residence is an outstanding example of Wallace Neff's architectural skill. Originally constructed in 1956 for the legendary Groucho Marx, the home has seamlessly integrated modern updates while preserving Neff's foundational design. Entering the hedged and gated property, a meticulously landscaped motor court offers abundant parking for more than 10 vehicles, leading to an oversized three-car garage. Neff's late-period signature style of horizontal planes and moderne curves is adroitly combined with glass walls and wood surfaces, defining the home's exterior. Inside, terrazzo and walnut floors exude high style and warmth, complemented by the very high ceilings, creating an atmosphere of airy elegance in all of the public rooms. The home's layout encompasses five spacious bedrooms and six full bathrooms, seamlessly blending mid-century style with contemporary finishes. At its core, a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen with a generous center island seamlessly transitions into a stunning family room with curved walls, strategically positioned to capture mesmerizing city and ocean views. Adjacent to the formal living area, a generously scaled office, library, or home theater is lined with opulent walnut-paneled bookshelves and walls. The sprawling approximately 32,300 sq ft lot encompasses amenities such as a heated pool and spa, an inviting alfresco dining area, a tiled patio, a gas fire pit, and mature lemon and palm trees. It also boasts a versatile sports court ideal for pickleball, basketball, or a fantastic play area.
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