INFAMOUS GODFATHER HORSE HEAD MANSION RETURNS TO MARKET.
This elegant Beverley Hills mansion previously owned by publicist William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies glamorized in the movie the Bodyguards staring the late Whitney Houston and used by JFK first as a holiday home and then as his presidential headquarter has returned to market with whopping $135 millions price ticket.
Most movie fans will recognize the mansion for its f memorable movie scenes in The Godfather, where the uncooperative movie producer Jack Woltz finds a horse head in his bed.
The estate is well known for its H-form architecture characterized by long colonnades, wide balconies, arched floor-to-ceiling windows and its spaciousness. With 30-bedrooms and 40-bathroom the mansion includes a stunning two-story library with hand-carved paneling and a wraparound walkway; a formal living room with its 22-foot-high, hand-painted, arched ceiling; a state-of-the-art spa; a billiards room with herringbone parquet floors and an intricately designed ceiling and carved fireplace.
Outside the grounds include a huge swimming pool, pool house, and lighted tennis court.
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, the fabled Beverly House of Hollywood's Golden Era is listed by Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker in Beverly Hills, priced at $135 million.