Inside Audrey Hepburn’s Elegant Hollywood Home
Audrey Hepburn fans have an exciting opportunity to own the Old Hollywood star’s most prized possessions. First, it was announced that her estate — including everything from her clothing to photographs — is going up for auction this September. Now, Audrey’s former Los Angeles home has been listed for nearly $14 million.
Built in 1938 by renowned Hollywood architect Paul Williams, the home was once inhabited by other Old Hollywood stars Mia Farrow and Eva Gabor, in addition to Audrey and her first husband Mel Ferrer. Click through to take a peek inside the 6,414-square-foot space abound with glamor and elegance.
This stately, white façade exudes Old Hollywood glamor.
Upon entrance, you’re greeted with symmetrical floor-to-ceiling mirrors that add to the grandeur.
Once you’ve passed the foyer, a curved staircase with an emerald velvet runner winds around a grand crystal chandelier.
The living room is large but cozy, complete with a fireplace and a wall of built-in bookshelves.
While the design isn’t Audrey’s, we suspect she had a similar reading nook situated here.
In the family room, large windows offer tons of natural light, as well as views to the surrounding lush gardens.
A pair of chairs in the hallway create the perfect spot to enjoy afternoon tea.
Here’s a casual eating area overlooking the home’s backyard.
Black and white checkered floors in the dining room offer a retro, bistro look.
Sitting on a one-acre lot, the home’s backyard features a tennis court, lush lawns and a manicured garden.
No Hollywood home is complete without an impressively large pool.
The property also boasts a 700-square-foot guesthouse and 1,000-square-foot detached office space.