Actress Anjelica Huston's Venice fortress has apparently fallen out of escrow and rehit the market following, so we guess those plans for a social club that surfaced in September are dead. It was revealed a few months ago that Venice Social Club Holdings was in escrow on the property, which was designed by Huston's late husband/sculptor Robert Graham, for $12 million, and that they planned to "create a community gathering space that honors Venice's unique legacy" with Huston's help, according to a proposal nabbed by Page Six. The club would've charged members $2,000 a year for access to "a farm-to-table restaurant, gallery, screening room and cultural programing," as well as "gourmet bathing activities" and "seltzer-water tastings." The three-bedroom, three and a half-bathroom house and studio first hit the open market in May 2010 asking $18 million. It's back at its most recent asking price of $13.9 million.
· 57 Windward Avenue Venice, CA [Estately]
· Is Anjelica Huston Seriously Turning Her Venice Fortress Into a Private Seltzer Water Tasting Club? [Curbed LA]