A historic home with ties to the Old Hollywood era is now on the market for around $40 million. Located in Beverly Hills, Calif., the Warner Brothers Mansion—a 13,000-square foot Tudor residence—was once home to Marilyn Monroe and Harry Warner. And the charming home is now ready for a new chapter in its saga.
Situated on a 1.3-acre estate, the Tudor home features fireplaces, a den, a library, a game room, an entertainment area with a bar, and a sitting room with chandeliers from the 1920s. The master bedroom is equipped with a 14th century French fireplace made from European marble. The screening room features turn-of-the-century furniture and silk velvet curtains from the Charlie Chaplin Theater. Outside, a tennis court, pool, koi pond, playground, spa, and several waterfalls are sprinkled across the grounds. (Inquiries: Coldwell Banker Previews. Joyce Rey and Jade Mills, 310.285.7508; theharrywarnerestate.com)