Thursday, March 25, 2010

Estate of the day


I love anything to do with old hollywood and I came across an article today about the home of Harry Warner. It was bulit in 1923 by the studio founder, in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles. It is a georgian colonial and was designed by famed architect Burnside Sturges, it sits on a corner lot and includes a tennis court, pool, and a guest house. It really is a jewel of old hollywood, because not much has changed about the house since it was built in 1923, it has preserved the charm that only that era can produce. The basement still houses the original screening room that he would use at home to view the current movies Warner Bros. was producing at the time. I have included many pictures of the old home,  it was quite a house in 1923, enjoy!







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