A lush California compound with a star-studded history is seeking a new owner.
Not only does this Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles property count the iconic film director Steven Spielberg among its previous residents, but also “Blue Velvet” crooner Bobby Vinton. And guess what — there’s more.
This four-bedroom corner lot estate is tucked into a half acre of scenic greenery within the hilly Palisades Riviera area. Known as “Wildwood,” the address was also previously home to Douglas Fairbanks Jr., the silent film star who originated the roles of “Zorro” and “Robin Hood,” according to materials supplied to The Post by The Agency, whose Rawley Valverde, Adam Rosenfeld and Jon Grauman hold the $6.39 million listing.
Inside, the four-level, 3,992-square-foot home is defined by recently refinished wood trim, and peg and oak flooring. Two rooms have floor-to-ceiling stone fireplaces, which give the feeling of being at a ski lodge, while a look outside immediately transports one from the slopes to the jungles reminiscent of Spielberg’s own “Jurassic Park.” A local Pasadena artist created the tiled backsplash in the kitchen, which also has Silestone counters — and is open to the living and dining areas.
The primary suite boasts cathedral ceilings, one of those two ski lodge-style fireplaces and a walk-in closet. Much of the home is wrapped with decks, including one off this primary suite. Two of the pictured bathrooms have dual sinks and one offers a standalone bath.
In case the landscaped wilderness doesn’t serve as sufficient privacy, the plot is also wrapped by mature trees and 6-foot fencing — yet the ocean is still visible over the treetops. The grounds also feature curved stone retaining walls, three fountains, a footbridge, flagstone walkways, a workshop and “stone pathways and patios with meandering French drains,” according to the listing. There is additionally a two-car garage, Ring entry cameras and an indoor-outdoor sound system.
Hiking trails are within walking distance and the streets have ample parking, the listing adds of the area.
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