We're sure that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's anti-paparazzi measures for their stay in Hancock Park have garnered even more interest about where exactly they're staying. Those who are intrigued but not curious enough to be arrested by the LAPD will be happy to know that William and Catherine are spending a night in a gorgeous house on June Street, designed by Wallace Neff.
The home was completed in 1928 and has been owned by the British Consulate since 1957, according to their website. The mansion encompasses over 7,000 square feet of living space, according to the website of its remodeler, Ronald Chang. Xfinity tells us that it has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as room for entertaining 150 guests.
The residence isn't just notable because of its British residents--its architect, Wallace Neff, was extremely popular with LA power players in the early twentieth century. He designed homes for Mary Pickford, Cary Grant, and Groucho Marx. A 1941 Neff home, which Sydney Pollack owned for decades, is currently on the market.