The Beverly House, once home to publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies, has come back on the market at $195 million, $30 million more than what it last publicly listed for in 2007. Designed by Gordon Kaufmann, the H-shaped mansion offers more than 50,000 square feet of interior space with 30 bedrooms and 40 bathrooms. A lighted tennis court, a swimming pool, two ponds, loggias, fountains and formal landscaping fill the grounds.
The Beverly House, once home to publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies, has come back on the market at $195 million, $30 million more than what it last publicly listed for in 2007. Designed by Gordon Kaufmann, the H-shaped mansion offers more than 50,000 square feet of interior space with 30 bedrooms and 40 bathrooms. A lighted tennis court, a swimming pool, two ponds, loggias, fountains and formal landscaping fill the grounds. Handout TNS
The Beverly House, once home to publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies, has come back on the market at $195 million, $30 million more than what it last publicly listed for in 2007. Designed by Gordon Kaufmann, the H-shaped mansion offers more than 50,000 square feet of interior space with 30 bedrooms and 40 bathrooms. A lighted tennis court, a swimming pool, two ponds, loggias, fountains and formal landscaping fill the grounds. Handout TNS

Hearst Estate in L.A. listed for $195M; ‘Legally Blonde’ author home for $18.5M

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