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Inside and Back in Time at Art Linkletter's House

The very fabulous-looking Bel Air house long owned by Kids Say the Darndest Things creator Art Linkletter came on the market a couple weeks ago asking $10.25 million, but with zero interior listing photos. Luckily, Paradise Leased has done what it does best and dug up some cool 1958 photos and some history--the house was built for an American Potash and Chemical Company exec and has landscaping by Robert Herrick Carter and interiors by Catherine Armstrong. PL also has more on the delightfully-named architect Philmer J. Ellerbroek, who designed many gorgeous mid-century modern houses around SoCal. [Paradise Leased, image via]