Los Angeles, CA 90077
The Owlwood estate, built in 1936, sits on more than 10 acres between Sunset Boulevard and the Los Angeles Country Club. Its centerpiece is a 12,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom Italian Renaissance-style main house by architect Robert Farquhar.
Sonny and Cher, Tony Curtis, 20th Century Fox cofounder Joseph Schenck, Superior Oil founder William Keck, and Joseph Drown, the founder of the Hotel Bel-Air, have all called the mansion home. It’s listed for $115 million.