Beverly D’Angelo finds a buyer for her 1920s Spanish-style home in Beverly Hills
Though not quite for the price she wanted, actress Beverly D’Angelo has parted ways with her home in Coldwater Canyon after a summer on the market.
The Spanish-style house sold for $2.6 million, around $200,000 less than the asking price, in a deal finalized outside the Multiple Listing Service.
Built in 1929 and boasting original details, the five-bedroom home enters through a central courtyard complete with a fountain. A two-story foyer with a curved wrought-iron staircase greets residents through the front door, while the living space beyond features arched doorways, hardwood floors and Spanish pavers.
Farther inside, the step-down living room sits under coved and beamed ceilings. A fireplace completes the space.
Adjacent is a formal dining room and a kitchen outfitted with stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry.
Out back, the quarter-acre of grounds includes a covered patio and a pool surrounded by trees. An office and detached studio complete the home’s 4,045 square feet.
D’Angelo bought the home for $2.35 million in 2005, according to public records.
Eduardo Alvarez of Keller Williams Realty was the listing agent.
D’Angelo, 65, is best known for her role as Ellen Griswold in the “National Lampoon’s Vacation” films. She has appeared in over 60 films including “Hair” (1979) and “American History X” (1998), and she received a Golden Globe nomination for her role as Patsy Cline in 1980’s “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”
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