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Old-Time Star's Historic Ranch With Tiki Hut in Valley Village

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Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #793, this Spanish Colonial Revival was built in 1930 for actor Lewis Stone, who appeared in seven films with Greta Garbo, but is best known for his portrayal of Judge Hardy in Mickey Rooney's long-running Andy Hardy series. Located on a .64 acre lot a few blocks north of Burbank Boulevard in Valley Village, the property features six bedrooms, three baths, six original fireplaces, cast-iron chandeliers, mahogany floors, Hispano-Moresque tile, a butler's pantry, a walk-in film vault, saltwater pool, courtyard, and "recently added separate guest quarters and tiki bar & hut." Last sold in 2001 for $850,000, the 5,386 square foot property is now listed at $1.75 million.
· 5700 Rhodes Ave [Zillow]
· Historic Spanish Estate [Official site]