Late “Hill Avenue Blues” actress Barbara Bosson’s Los Angeles house is available on the market for $16.5 million.
The 6-bedroom, 9-bathroom dwelling, which sits on greater than an acre of land within the Pacific Palisades lower than three miles from the ocean, was inbuilt 1933 by famed architects Morgan, Partitions & Clements, who additionally designed the realm’s El Capitan and Wiltern theaters, in keeping with itemizing company Douglas Elliman.
Bosson lived on the dwelling for 40 years till her demise in February at 83, in keeping with the New York Put up.
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The house was initially constructed for early Hollywood writer-director Oliver H.P. Garrett, and different notable homeowners have included Joseph L. Mankiewicz, who received writing and directing Oscars for 1949’s “A Letter to Three Wives” and 1950’s “All About Eve, as properly as Daryl Dragon and Toni Tennille who sang collectively because the Captain and Tennille, per the Put up.
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The itemizing calls the 90-year-old dwelling a “good mix of outdated Hollywood grandeur and modern-day sophistication.”
A protracted brick pathway leads by way of a spacious tree-covered entrance yard to the entrance door of the house, which opens as much as a lobby with a double-height wood-beam ceiling.
The nice room has a gambrel ceiling and a grand brick fire.
Past is a chef’s kitchen, breakfast nook and a barroom with an uncovered beam ceiling and a hearth.
The primary ground additionally has a den, bed room and eating room that opens to the yard by way of French doorways.
On the second ground, the proprietor’s suite has a coffered ceiling, fire, walk-in closet and his and hers bogs.
A second major suite has vaulted ceilings, a hearth and a spa-like rest room.
Outdoors, the house boasts a swimming pool, tennis court docket and close by barroom with a billiard desk.
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Bosson was finest identified for her position as Fay Furillo, the ex-wife of Captain Frank Furillo on the Nineteen Eighties police procedural “Hill Avenue Blues,” however she additionally had roles on reveals like “Homicide One,” “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” “NYPD Blue,” “L.A. Regulation” and “Star Trek: Deep Area 9.”
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Throughout her profession, she earned 5 consecutive Emmy nominations for “Hill Avenue Blues” and a sixth for her position as Deputy District Legal professional Miriam Grasso on “Homicide One.”