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A Hollywood Regency original in Beverly Hills

A Hollywood Regency original in Beverly Hills
The 1960s Hollywood Regency-style residence was designed by John Elgin Woolf, an architect to the stars who popularized the style. Among features of note are fluted columns, colorful wall treatments and an oval swimming pool that complements the half-moon design of the home. (Jim Bartsch /)

This Hollywood Regency residence, set on half an acre on Beverly Hills' Alpine Drive, has the fluted columns, parquet wood floors and romancing details distinctive of the style popularized by John Elgin Woolf. Designed for silver screen star Eleanor Parker, the 1960s home was later acquired by the architect, who resided there with his partner, interior decorator Robert Koch Woolf, for nearly a decade.

Location: 965 N. Alpine Drive, Beverly Hills, 90210

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Asking price: $12.95 million

Year built: 1961

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Architect: John Elgin Woolf

House size: Three bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 0.49 of an acre

Features: Hardwood floors; fluted columns; floor-to-ceiling windows; chef's kitchen with marble countertops; formal living room; salon with fireplace; library; dining room; oval-shaped swimming pool; meditation area; formal gardens and landscaping

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About the area: In January, 20 single-family homes sold in the 90210 ZIP Code at a median price of $4.563 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 15.4% decrease in median price compared with January 2015.

Agents: Drew Fenton and Barbara Duskin, (310) 278-3311, Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate

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