One-time home of Marlene Dietrich wants $6.5M

Actress and singer lived and entertained at the Little Holmby estate

Apr.April 21, 2017 04:30 PM
Birchwood Drive home, Marlene Dietrich (MLS/Getty Images)

A Spanish Colonial home once owned by actress Marlene Dietrich and other old Hollywood types has hit the market with an asking price of $6.49 million, or $1,053 a square foot.

The two-story 6,167-square foot home was built in 1932 and designed by architect L.G. Scherer, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The four-bedroom, five-bathroom property features a circular two-story foyer with a curving staircase and a screening room with a wet bar. There’s also a swimming pool and spa, a fireplace and a koi pond.

Actress Dorothy Dunbar also reportedly leased the home after her marriage to French artist Tino Costa.

Jane Gavens of John Aaroe Group and Marc Noah of Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing. [LAT]Subrina Hudson

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