Bela Lugosi's Former Beachwood Canyon Home Hits Market For $2.367 Million

Via Curbed LA: The Beachwood Canyon home once belonging to actor Bela Lugosi is now on the market for the first time in forty years. With five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the 5,000 square foot house is currently listed at $2.367 Million. Lugosi is perhaps best known for playing the title role in the 1931 film Dracula, but he also enjoyed a lengthy and prolific career in Hollywood. Lugosi often took on other roles within the horror film genre.

The home, which Curbed LA reports Lugosi lived in during the 1940s, was built in 1926. Referred to as "Castle La Paloma," it features a ballroom-sized living room, a dining room with bay windows, a library, and a service wing. There are also two master suites. Outside, the home boasts 12,000 square feet of flat and terraced grounds, and views of LA from the Hollywood sign to the coast. While the place may be in need of a little fixing up, it does come with some bona fide Hollywood history. Check out photos below.

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