A Traditional-style home once owned by comic actor Groucho Marx is up for sale once again, this time for $4.2 million.
Marx bought the home in 1946, the same year he filmed “A Night in Casablanca,” and sold it a few years later. It has bounced around plenty since then, trading hands six times in the last three decades and most recently selling in 2017 for $3.81 million.
Built in 1935, the two-story estate pairs modern styles with elegant living spaces reminiscent of Old Hollywood. Herringbone wood covers the two-story foyer, and other highlights include a formal living room with ornate molding and a center-island kitchen with leaded glass windows.
Four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms fill out the 3,700-square-foot floor plan, including a master suite that expands to a writer’s nook and private balcony. Bold colors and eye-catching wallpapers accent the other bedrooms.
Out back, French doors open to a hedged yard with a brick patio, swimming pool and spa. Off to the side, there’s a steam shower and sauna.
Jason Woodruff of Keller Williams Hollywood Hills holds the listing.