Home of the Week | Beverly Hills estate boasts a full cast of Hollywood players
Owned by the L.K. Sidney family for decades, the English traditional estate was the childhood home of the MGM executive’s son, George. Later in life, George Sidney would produce the MGM films “The Three Musketeers” and “Annie Get Your Gun.” Filmmaker and music producer Freddy DeMann and producer Gale Anne Hurd are among others to call the one-acre property home.
Built in 1938, the grand estate has been renovated for modern living.
The storied estate features a custom media room and a wine room.
Abundant windows offer views of the verdant setting.(Jim Bartsch)
The dining pavilion.(Jim Bartsch)
The gleaming chef’s kitchen.(Jim Bartsch)
The living room.(Jim Bartsch)
Informal dining room.(Jim Bartsch)
Formal gardens and professional landscaping create a verdant backdrop for multiple patios and an outdoor dining pavilion. There’s also a swimming pool, a spa and a cabana.(Jim Bartsch)
The swimming pool and cabana.(Jim Bartsch)
Aerial view of the estate and grounds.(Jim Bartsch)