There’s some vaudevillian charm in the floorboards of this newly listed estate in Westlake Village. The two-story home, on the market for $2.895 million, was the longtime haunt of film icon Mickey Rooney.
Built for the late actor in 1976, the property looks a bit different thanks to a complete remodel four years ago. The result is a more contemporary feel, both inside and out.
Within 3,221 square feet of interior are a two-story entry, a bright open floor plan with a formal dining room, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The main area offers dark hardwood floors and a center-island kitchen with stone countertops. A combination of clerestory windows, sliding glass doors and a skylight brighten the living spaces.
Outside, an expansive patio, as well as a second-story balcony, take advantage of the home’s waterfront spot on Westlake Lake.
The home last traded hands three years ago for $2.325 million, public records show.
Arlene Kovalivker and Monica Eaves of Sotheby’s International Realty hold the listing.