Los Feliz Spanish Colonial Revival
A gated estate owned by Cary Grant and, later, Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers is back on the market. It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a media room in 6,727 square feet. (Michael McCreary)
A 1929 Los Feliz home once owned actor Cary Grant
and, later, drummer Chad Smith
of the Red Hot Chili Peppers
has come on the market at $3,485,000.
The Spanish Colonial Revival-style villa has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a media room in 6,727 square feet. Details include original stained glass, period tiles and intricate moldings. The rooms have city-light and ocean views.
There are gardens, terraces and a swimming pool. An attached guest apartment has a bedroom and a bathroom.
Grant's carried bride Virginia Cherrill
, his first wife, over the threshold of this house, according to "Dream Palaces of Hollywood's Golden Age" by David Wallace.
The walled property last sold in 2006 for $3.2 million, public records show.
The listing agents are Mimi Starrett and Aaron Kirman of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills.
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