The A. Quincy Jones house that late philanthropists and art collectors Frances and Sidney Brody had built for themselves in 1949 at 360 S. Mapleton is up for sale, a day before the couple's famous art collection goes up for auction in New York. Billy Haines designed the house's interiors, but his furniture isn't included in the sale. The house is 11,500 square feet, with nine total bedrooms (four of which are "staff bedrooms," according to the Wall Street Journal), a tennis court, pool, and guest house on 2.3 acres. Also according to the WSJ, the house is currently staged with recreations of the Brodys' Picasso and other famous pieces. The estate's neighbors include a silk pajama-clad older gentleman and a gaggle of his buxom young wards. Asking price is $24.95 million. We're looking at you, Diane Keaton.
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