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Pasadena home of Hollywood’s first female talent agent asking $7.6M

Estate of Coralie Fitzharris-Milburn was a hotspot for Hollywood types
April 19, 2017 02:30PM

Chateau Road home (MLS)

The longtime home of Coralie Fitzharris-Milburn is on the market for $7.6 million.

Fitzharris-Milburn was one of Hollywood’s first female talent agents and the goddaughter of Cecil B. DeMille. Her French chateau-style home was often a gathering spot for Hollywood’s elite, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The 9,861-square-foot gated estate has eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms, with views of Arroyo Seco and Annandale Golf Course. Designed by architects Marston & Maybury, the property was built with the same materials as the famed St. Andrews Church in Pasadena, according to listing details.

Other features include a three-story dumbwaiter in the kitchen and an original Otis elevator servicing each floor.

Fitzharris-Milburn got her start in show business at 8 years old, when she signed on with MGM as an actress. She retired from acting in her twenties and started Coralie Jr. Theatrical Agency, which she ran for the next six decades, according to the Times. She died two years ago at 86.

Carol Majors of Coldwell Banker Previews International and Sabrina Wu of Compass have the listing. [LAT] — Subrina Hudson