6 stylish homes for movie buffs
Palm Springs. Villa Aujourd'hui once belonged to Jack Warner, president of Warner Bros., whose guests included Elvis and Salvador Dalí. The 1958 five- bedroom house has an open plan, glass walls, 200-year-old French wallpaper, a travertine fireplace, a covered patio, and mountain views.
The property features a two-bedroom guest casita and a wet bar opening to the pool where Marilyn Monroe had her first photo shoot. $3,495,000. Marc Lange, Pacific Sotheby's International Realty, (760) 834-5484.
Westwood, California. Film-goers saw this four-bedroom Mediterranean-style home in What's Cooking? with Julianna Margulies and Kyra Sedgwick. The restored 1930s house features exposed beams, a fireplace, hardwood floors, arched doorways, and period details.
The corner-lot property has front and back patios, drought-tolerant landscaping, and a two-car garage with electric voltage chargers. $2,599,900. Marci R. Baron, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (310) 387-9829.
Southampton, New York. Built in 2008, this six-bedroom house includes a large-screen media room with reclining chairs. It also has three stone fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, custom floors, and a master suite with two oversize bathrooms and a circular sitting room.
The 5.1-acre landscaped property features a heated pool with a spa and a large patio. $3,295,000. Albert Weinschenk, Brown Harris Stevens, (516) 383-7148.
Greenwich, Connecticut. Seven-bedroom Appleyard, formerly owned by Tommy Hilfiger, includes a high-ceilinged, 12-seat theater room. The 1999 house also features a chef's kitchen, a solarium, a library, multiple fireplaces, and a professional-grade music studio.
The 4.6-acre manicured property, enclosed by stone walls, has a terrace, a cobblestone courtyard, mature trees, and a patio with a pool and spa. $5,995,000. Brian Milton, Compass, (203) 900-4020.
Santa Fe. This three-bedroom home features a movie theater with 14 red plush seats, a concession stand, and an eat-in wine grotto. The adobe house has vigas, fireplaces, stone and tile floors, and wooden shutters throughout.
The 11.5-acre property looks out on the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains, and includes two guesthouses — totaling three bedrooms — each with a garden and private yard. $3,550,000. Gary Bobolsky, Sotheby's International Realty, (505) 984-5185.
New York City. This one-bedroom co-op is in Park Avenue's historic Beekman building, recently featured in The Upside with Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart. The prewar apartment features a foyer with inlaid tile, a living room with herringbone floors, and a full-size kitchen with a large pantry and a bar sink.
The Beekman has a 24-hour door-man and concierge and porter services, and is just two blocks from Central Park. $495,000. Amy Goldberger, Compass, (917) 434-3724.