A pristine Hollywood home once belonging to silver screen legend Marlon Brando could be yours for the price of $3.495 million.
The two-story spot, built in 1939, was designed by popular celebrity architect Paul Williams. When Brando resided there, the home was a pivotal point for swanky Hollywood parties involving a plethora of famous faces, and someone crooning “Stellaaa!” from the rooftop, no doubt. With its own private gate, the estate spans two-thirds of an acre of prime Hollywood real estate. Cool features include a study bookshelf that swings open to reveal a hidden room, perfect for brooding or stashing your jewels. An expansive yard offers a bamboo forest, sports court and swimming pool.
After Brando’s reign in the 1950s, the 4,000-square-foot house briefly became a yoga center. The space has also been home to Kung Fu superstar and “Kill Bill” himself David Carradine, as well as rock legend Frank Zappa.
Listed for: $3.495 million