In 2017, the house sold for a whopping $16 million dollars! Today, we let you in on the reason why!
AmoMama is here with news of one of Hollywood's legend, Agnes Moorehead's luxurious home getting sold on the real estate market from AD post on April 14, 2017.
The home just looks magical with its numerous features that would make any modern day home green with envy!
Agnes Robertson Moorehead born December 6, 1900, was an American actress whose career included work in radio, stage, film, and television.
She passed away April 30, 1974, aged 73, of uterine cancer in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.
She is very popular for playing the role of Endora on the television series, Bewitched.
Moorehead rarely played lead roles, but her skill at character development and range earned her one Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globe awards in addition to four Academy Award and six Emmy Award nominations.
The Beverly Hills home sold off-market for 'close to its listed price of $18.5 million,' the sale was handled by Nourmand and Associates.
A few old photos of Moorehead in the house hint that the Mediterranean-style home has been renovated, the difference is to a noticeable degree since the actress’s day.
Now we all know just how the stars are when it comes to real estate, they really like their home as their personal paradise.
And why not, it is, after all, their hideaway from the public eye.
Moorehead had commissioned her friend, legendary interior designer Tony Duquette to decorate it and with the pictures show just that touch of elegance in the home.
The 11,700-square-foot home has a total of 8 bedrooms, it also boasts of a dedicated billiards room, hardwood floors, and vaulted ceilings.
The house also features private balconies.
Duquette reportedly popular for fanciful and vividly colored designs, designed a bedroom in 'shades of lavender' for Moorehead.
How befitting for a spell-binding woman!
Behind the house, the grounds are not exempted from the wow-ing effect with a large rear courtyard, a tennis court, and vine-covered loggias.
The house has been on and off the market over the past few years but later sold off-market earlier 2017.
The new owner sure is lucky!
Are there changes you'd make in the home?