The house of among the greatest Celebrities from the 1940s and ’50s, Rhonda Fleming, went available on the market for $11.995 million.
Fiery Fleming illuminated the screen in hit films like Spellbound, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court and Gunfight in the O.K. Corral. Using the creation of color film, her red-haired, eco-friendly-eyed beauty earned her the title Queen of Technicolor. Fleming’s co-stars incorporated Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, Glenn Ford, Burt Lancaster, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Rock Hudson and Taxation, that she made four films.
Fleming bought the house together with her sixth husband, film producer Ted Mann. The couple’s opulent and peaceful home, among the largest single-family villas within the esteemed gated Century Forest Estates, is inspired by grand European architecture.
Past the soaring domed and skylit entry, an enormous two-story formal family room is flooded with sun light. The finely detailed property features epic colored murals within the entrance ceiling and all sorts of across the statement spiral staircase.
Decorative Juliette balconies overlook an inside fountain, mature trees along with a commanding hearth Body of six in your home. On a single finish from the primary family room is really a library having a cosy hearth alternatively finish is really a sunken bar that opens to some lush private courtyard with pool and health spa.
The baronial chef’s kitchen with coffered ceiling links to some spacious breakfast room with hearth, a butler’s kitchen as well as an elegant formal dining area.
The magnificent master bed room suite opens towards the pool and has a romantic hearth along with a star-quality dressing closet with center island.
The Romanesque bath with dual vanities and commodes is highlighted with a soaking tub encircled in trees and greenery. The amount is finished with a large office from the entry, a proper powder room with lighted displays, a casual powder room from the kitchen, and enormous staff quarters.