Home of the Day: Rumored Clark Gable, Carole Lombard rendezvous spot

1930s Spanish-style home in Studio City has ties to the silent screen, Clark Gable

This Spanish-style residence, once owned by silent screen director Rex Ingram, is rumored to have been a rendezvous spot for Clark Gable and Carole Lombard in the 1930s. Sited on more than half an acre in the Colfax Meadow neighborhood, park-like grounds include a courtyard, an outdoor kitchen, dining patios, fruit trees, a sports court and a swimming pool and spa.

Location: 11554 Kelsey St., Studio City 91604

Price: $4.2 million

Year built: 1934

House size: 3,760 square feet, five bedrooms, five bathrooms

Lot size: 0.64 acre

Features: Saltillo tile and hardwood floors, formal living/dining room, game room, gym/office, dining patio, pool with raised spa, barbecue area, fountains, fruit trees, drought tolerant landscaping, sports court

About the area: The median sale price in the 91604 ZIP Code in April was $1.155 million based on 35 sales, according to CoreLogic. That represents a 6.9% drop in median price when compared with April 2014.

Agents: Eric Lieberman, John Aaroe Group

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