About This 1928 Mansion In Beverly Hills California
Spanish Colonial once the home of Bugsy Siegel. Preeminent location in the West End of the BH Flats on a half acre lot. Grand formal 2-story entry highlighted by hand-painted tiles, ornate iron work, numerous archways, and rotunda accented with long vertical stained-glass windows fitted over a curved staircase. High ceilings and an abundance of natural light throughout.
Step down living room with hardwood floors, beamed ceilings and fireplace adjoined by the family room with bar and additional hand-painted floor tiles. Authentic den/office with arched windows. Enter through iron gates to formal dining room with hand-carved coffered ceiling overlooking landscaped park-like grounds. Updated chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances, custom countertops, large center island, and spacious breakfast room. A guest bedroom and bathroom complete the downstairs.
On the second floor, there is a large primary suite offering sitting area with fireplace and updated bathroom, 4 additional bedrooms, plus 3rd floor loft with balcony. In addition, there is a guest house with a bathroom plus a 3-car garage. Lush tree-lined yard with large alfresco dining area and swimmer’s pool – ideal for raising a family.