According to the LA Times, Banks put over $2M into renovations on the colossal compound—once owned by Hollywood screen legend Marion Davies—and still made over $1M in profits.
photography by TEAGUE HUNZIKER VIA THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
The recently remodeled kitchen is covered with travertine stone details and Carrera marble countertops.
Built in the 1920s, the abode still holds original architectural accents, such as French doors and hardware, clerestory windows, and multi-colored tile risers.
The 5,740 square foot spread has six bathrooms and four bedrooms, including the massive master suite and it’s walk-in closet and safe room.
The custom library has rounded built-in bookcases, and there’s also a formal dining room, tile fountain, and fully equipped gym on the premises.
There’s even a revamped sunroom overlooking the hedged backyard, which boasts a swimming pool, entertaining pavilion, and al fresco kitchen + dining area with seating for 12!