The 1934 estate was originally inhabited by legendary Hollywood producer Samuel Goldwyn, who commissioned architect Douglas Honnold to build the mansion. It boasts six bedrooms, five baths, a library, a card room, a theatre, a guest suite, an elevator and servants’ quarters above the garage.
And if that wasn’t enough luxury, property photos listed online are nothing short of breathtaking. You can also get a feel for the glamorous potential landmark in this ABC News clip:
The city’s Cultural Heritage Commission is expected to make a decision regarding the estate’s landmark status on Wednesday.