Walt Disney Designed a House For His Daughter, and Now You Can Live In It!
Walt Disney created some of the most magical experiences people can imagine. You can visit Disneyland Resort in California and see Sleeping Beauty Castle — something he brought from the page into the real world. You can hear the birds sing words and see the flowers bloom in Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room. You can also take a train ride around both the Magic Kingdom and Disneyland Park. Walt Disney had an incredible imagination and brought families into a magical place where their dreams come true and stories come to life.
When you think of Walt Disney, of course, you think of things like Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and Disney classics like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. However, Walt Disney could not just create incredible attractions, he could also create beautiful homes. And that is exactly what he did in the late 1950s when he designed a home for one of his daughters. That home — located in Beverly Hills — is up for sale and looking for the perfect owner!
The home is being listed by Beverly Hills Estates, which gave more information on the gorgeous property.
Live a 1960 mid-century modern dream originally built by Walt Disney for his daughter. This 4 bedroom, 3 bath architectural is set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on one of the best streets in Beverly Hills P.O. Upon entering the home, you’re directly greeted by warm, natural light and rare, double-height ceilings. The desirable open living/dining room has floor-to-glass windows, with indoor/outdoor flow into a bamboo-encompassing private backyard and fire-pit made for conversing around on a brisk summer night while highlighting the 1960’s architecture. Off the dining room is the newly updated kitchen designed by Gabrielle Santiago along with Simple Shui(Feng Shui). Together they cultivated a palette of dusty rose and natural wood, offset by brushed brass finishes and GE cafe top-of-the-line appliances. Following is the large primary suite adorned with a custom mahogany closet built by LA closet design and an office den w/ skylights, and a fireplace perfect for cozying up next to and reading a book. Downstairs you have a private en-suite bedroom ideal for guests or in-laws. Now is the time to enjoy this timeless mid-century designer home, minutes away from the sunset strip and downtown Beverly Hills.
The house is being sold by actress Jamie King — who has worked with Disney on the ABC show My Generation. She also voiced a number of characters — including Luce, Nightsister, Aurra Sing, Customs Droid, Cassie Cryar, and Muk Muk Monkey in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
The beautiful house is currently on the market for $2,795,000. You can request more information about the house by visiting The Beverly Hills Estates website or clicking here.