‘Godfather’ horse head house back on the market for $135M

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A storied Beverly Hills estate has returned to the open market with a bold, $135 million price tag.

Known as the Beverly House, the residence played a role in The Godfather as the house where the infamous horse head was found. The property was last up for sale in 2016, asking $195 million.

The 1927 residence was designed by Gordon B. Kaufmann, the architect of the 1935 Los Angeles Times building in Times Mirror Square, Hollywood Palladium, Hoover Dam, and Santa Anita Racetrack.

The estate was built for a banker named Milton Getz and was later purchased by William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies.

Inside the enormous, 30-bedroom, 40-bathroom estate, the dwelling holds a ballroom with coved ceilings, a two-story library with hand-carved woodwork, an in-home theater with drop-down projection screen, and a pool room with a fireplace from Hearst Castle.

A loggia leads from the house’s central hall to a large outdoor terrace. The grounds also include a huge swimming pool, pool house, and lighted tennis court.

Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury has the listing.

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