An elegant Beverly Hills mansion, once rented by Bugsy Siegel, is on sale for $17 million. The mansion holds seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and spans 7,000 square feet of land.
For $17 million, you may be the new owner of the luxurious Beverly Hills mansion where Bugsy Siegel lived. The villa was built in 1928 and became popular after Bugsy Siegel rented it to his girlfriend. After Bugsy was shot in 1947, the house has changed ownership multiple times and is currently occupied by plastic surgeon Joel Aronowitz, who bought it in 2003 for $3.85 million.
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Inside the House
The elegant seven-bedroom house is located at 810 North Linden Drive, Beverly Hills. It has a white stucco exterior appearance and a Spanish tile roof designed initially by Joseph Fox and Sons. The house has two floors and two entries. Since the demise of Bugsy in 1947, the mansion has undergone intensive renovation to fill it with modern features; hence it is one of the most remarkable mansions in Beverly Hills.
The main entry is large and introduces visitors to the beautiful wooden stairs leading to the upper floor. The floors still have the original, beautifully hand-painted tiles with green and maroon patterns. The walls are white, and the windows are large, providing enough light to the house and offering breathtaking outside views.
The living room is large with modern furniture. Also, there’s a raised dining area with a stylish dining set. The dining area has two windows offering great views of the beautiful outdoor trees and flowers.
The kitchen is painted white with classic brown tiles and a black marbled countertop. Also, the kitchen has modern fitted appliances like a cooker and a fridge.
The bedrooms are spacious with a mixture of new and old features. The primary bedroom has a king-size bed, a sitting area, a rug, and a bedside fireplace. The primary bedroom has incredible wall art and four windows for ambient lighting and views. All rooms have private bathrooms, sinks, and sturdy tiles.
Besides the seven bedrooms, this mansion has a spacious tower room that can be used as a music studio, an office, or an entertainment zone.
The Bugsy Siegel mansion, which sits on half an acre of land, has a beautiful exterior view you would expect in a classic Beverly house mansion. The space outside the main entry has a beautiful landscape with well-trimmed flowers and terraces.
There is a large swimming pool at the back of the house equipped with the state of the art appliances. There is also an outside dining area and a lounge where you can rest during a hot day.
Next to the swimming pool is a large lush green yard where your children can play. There’s a well-maintained four-car garage and a patio tile design which give the exterior a modern touch. The neighborhood is beautiful as well, and security is guaranteed.
About Bugsy Siegel
Bugsy Siegel was born in Brooklyn, New York, on February 28, 1906. He died in 1947 after being shot in the Bugsy Siegel mansion currently on sale. Bugsy was married to his childhood friend, Esta Krakower, and they were blessed with two daughters. However, they divorced in 1946. Bugsy Siegel did not own the Beverly mansion on sale, but it is believed he had rented it for his girlfriend Virginia until his demise.