Having lived in residences designed by the likes of A. Quincy Jones and John Lautner, David Arquette has taken advantage of LA’s rich architectural history. Now, the historic Windsor Square home he purchased in 2014 is back on the market. According to property records, the home has not been sold since then, so it appears that Arquette is the current seller of the lovely seven-bedroom home.
Constructed by architectural firm Hunt, Eager, and Burns in 1908, the 9,708 square-foot home was originally located about two miles away, but was pulled by horses to its current site by then-owner Henry O'Melveny. The residence was also the longtime home to the Rindge family, who donated the land for Pepperdine University.
Located on a three-quarter-acre lot, the home features an elegant living room and dining room, large covered patio, and a beautiful entryway complete with mahogany staircase. The kitchen looks like it was recently redone and doesn’t completely match the rest of the house, but per the listing, it does include a butler’s pantry—which seems more in keeping with the home’s aristocratic air. The large outdoor area includes a pool, spa, and meditation pond. Asking price is $8.495 million. That’s up from the $7.15 million Arquette paid in 2014.
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- David Arquette Buys Windsor Square's Storied O'Melveny House [Curbed LA]