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Edward G. Robinson’s Mansion in Beverly Hills, CA (Listed for $21.95 Million)

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Edward G. Robinson was a highly successful actor from the 1930s who was best known for his gangster roles and had 30 Broadway plays and more than 100 films under his belt. He was also a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Academy Award. His Beverly Hills Mansion where he lived back in the 1930s is now on the market priced at $21.95 million.

The mansion is measured at 10,000 square feet with 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, wrought iron gates, elegant stonework, black trim façade, high-end appliances, airy interiors, and an open floor plan.

The mansion has a formal dining room, a curved wall of windows, custom wallpaper painted in the 1940s, a bar with tooled wood built-ins and marble counters, a library, six fireplaces, a kitchen with butcher block island, a grand foyer, a luxurious master suite with double vanity, a spa tub beneath a skylight, French doors, an informal living room, playroom, staff quarters, a fitness room, a panic room with a secret entrance, and a detached guest house. The half-acre property also boasts a beautifully designed waterfall pool, a spa, a waterslide, a stone patio, and manicured landscaping, lined with mature trees.

The listing of the mansion formerly owned by Hollywood legend Edward G. Robinson is held by Mauricio Umansky and Jon Grauman of The Agency.

  • This is a view of the front of the house with the exterior lights on to showcase the warm lighting that matches the light gray exterior walls and landscaping of shrubs and tall trees. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • Upon entry into the house, you are welcomed by this foyer that has dark accents to its wrought-iron railings, console table topped with mirror and the round glass-top table under a large chandelier. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The living room has a coffered white ceiling that has recessed lights over a beige sofa set and brown leather armchairs complemented by the colorful wall-mounted artworks. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The living room has a couple of round marble-top coffee table, a cushioned bench and a large area rug across from the fireplace with intricate dark wood details. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • On the side of the living room is a hallway that leads to another living room on the far side. This is adorned with a white potted plant bearing a tropical plant tht stands out against the white walls. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is the other living room with a fireplace on the far side adorned with various wall-mounted artworks across from the glass-top coffee table coffee table and sofa set. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • On the side of this living room is an informal dining room and breakfast nook that has a round glass-top dining table surrounded by wooden chairs with woven wicker seats. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is a sunroom that has large glass windows that bring in natural lighting for the dark sofa and the wooden armchairs as well as provide a view of the pool area outside. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is the formal dining room with vintage wallpaper on the walls as well as wall-mounted artwork that complement the large wooden square dining table surrounded by wooden chairs with gray cushions. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The bright kitchen has white shaker cabinets lining the walls surrounding a large kitchen island with butcher clock counter topped with a modern lighting hanging from the coffered ceiling. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The master bedroom has a large space enough for a large cushioned bed with checkered patterns flanked by wooden bedside drawers and a sofa set with a glass-top coffee table at the foot. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The primary bathroom has a large elliptical bathtub in the middle housed in dark marble tiles that make it stand out against the surrounding beige tiles topped with a bright skylight above. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The walk-in closet of the primary bedroom has bright white structures on the walls with drawers, racks, shelves and cabinets surrounding a cushioned day bed on an animal hide area rug. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The home office has a glass-top desk on the far side with a dark office chair adorned by a wall-mounted artwork. The office also has its own lounge area with a large gray sofa and a balcony outside the glass doors. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The library has wood-paneled walls, built-in wooden shelves, French windows, a fireplace and a large wooden table with dark chairs as a reading area under a bright chandelier. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • The fitness room of the house has a yoga setup with yoga mats and cushions across from wall-mounted tall mirrors and windows that bring in natural lighting. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is a closer look at the hallway from the living room with a couple of gray cushioned armchairs and a small coffee table across from the bar with wooden stools. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is a close look at the full wet bar with wood-paneled structures and cabinetry lining the walls to match the wooden stools topped with recessed lights. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is a close look at the pool area of the house with stone mosaic walkways, a large irregular-sized pool with large textured stone structures and a waterfall feature as well as a planter. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is a closer look at the textured stone structure of the pool with large stone blocks, a waterfall feature and a slide on the side almost hidden by the foliage of the landscaping. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is a nighttime view of the swimming pool showcasing the warm lighting of the pool and the structures that highlight the textured stone blocks and surrounding landscape of trees and shrubs. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • On the side of the pool area is a large grass lawn with stone walkways on the side leading to the outdoor patio across from the tall trees and shrubs. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is another look at the grass lawn and the outdoor patio of the house with outdoor cushioned sofas under the large balcony of the upper floor. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is nighttime view of the grass lawn and back of the house showcasing the warm outdoor lighting on the stone pillars by the patio that support the large balcony above with wrought iron railings. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.
  • This is an aerial view of the back of the house that showcases the large grass lawn, various outdoor areas and gray roof materials that pair well with the exterior walls. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.

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Edward G. Robinson, best known for gangster roles after his breakout performance in Little Caesar, was a prolific actor of Hollywood’s Golden Age whose 50-year career included 30 Broadway plays and more than 100 films, including The Ten Commandments and Double Indemnity. An outspoken critic of Nazism, he used his talent with languages to broadcast radio addresses of hope to occupied nations during WWII and later became an advocate for civil rights.

Greylisted during the Red Scare for a tenuous connection to communism through his charitable contributions, he starred in B movies and TV in the 1950s but eventually returned to prominence. He filmed his final scene, the moving euthanasia sequence in Soylent Green, just 12 days before his own death, and two months before he received his lifetime achievement Academy Award.

The spectacular Beverly Hills estate that was home to Robinson during the height of his career in the 1930s is now for sale at $21.95 million. Nestled behind wrought iron gates, the mansion retains its classic bones with elegant stonework and black trim facade that evokes old Hollywood glamor but has been brought into the now with the latest in high-end appliances, airy interiors, and a clean-lined aesthetic.

An inviting open floor plan, intricate design details, and over half an acre of grounds make this 10,000 square foot, 8 bedrooms, 10 bath palace an exquisite space for celebrity buyers to entertain their guests.

The backyard is a private paradise with a beautifully designed waterfall pool, a spa, a waterslide, a stone patio, and manicured landscaping, lined with mature trees. The formal dining room looks out on the yard through a curved wall of windows and features stunning custom wallpaper painted in the 1940s with an arboreal theme. The bar has tooled wood built-ins with marble counters.

The library features elegant wood walls and one of the home’s six fireplaces, while another is found in the formal living room. The spacious kitchen includes a butcher block island, floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a Sub Zero Fridge, American Range double range, and oven and breakfast nook.

Upstairs from the grand foyer, the luxurious master suite features a double vanity, two enormous walk-in closets, a spa tub beneath a skylight, and french doors leading to an expansive patio, while other bedrooms include their own balconies, custom cabinets, and views of the garden.

An informal living room, playroom, and casual dining area provide ample spaces for the family to lounge when not entertaining. This piece of Hollywood history also contains staff quarters, a fitness room, a panic room with a secret entrance, and a detached guest house.

“The Flats” is one of the most desirable parts of Beverly Hills, home to countless celebrities from Jack Nicholson to Taylor Swift, known for iconic palm tree-lined streets and one-of-a-kind mansions. It is convenient to the fine dining and luxury shopping on Rodeo Drive, the Los Angeles County Club, and Franklin Canyon.

The listing is held by Mauricio Umansky and Jon Grauman of The Agency.

Photo Credit: Jim Bartsch

Source: www.theagencyre.com

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