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There's No Place Like (Judy Garland's Former Bel-Air) Home

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Alleged photos of Judy Garland in this home via Bluetramontana Style

In 1938, the year she was cast as Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz, Judy Garland hired architect Wallace Neff to design this East Coast traditional in Bel-Air, where she lived with her mother, sister, and grandmother. (Style blog Bluetramontana has several charming vintage "Judy at home" publicity shots with captions.) Judy hasn't been the only celebrity resident of the Stone Canyon Road property--according to the listing, it's also been home to Quincy Jones and Marvin Gaye. Situated on 2.58 acres near the Hotel Bel-Air, the 5,513-square-foot residence features five bedrooms, 6.5 baths, three fireplaces, a kidney-shaped pool with cabanas, a separate "writer's cabin," and covered parking for ten cars. It's listed at $5.5 million.

· 1231 STONE CANYON Rd [Redfin]