When we first told you about the legendary Pasinetti House, it had just hit the market with a price tag of $2.295 million. The house seemed to disappear but has now returned to market with a $300,000 reduction, bringing its current asking price to $1.995 million.
Italian writer and co-founder of UCLA's Comparative Literature department, Pier Maria Pasinetti, commissioned Romanian architect Haralamb Georgescu to build the house in 1958. It was featured in Art's & Architecture Magazine soon after, though it has gone through a complete restoration since being saved from demolition in 2007. The 2 bedroom, 1.75 bathroom Beverly Hills home is approximately 1,872 square feet. Designed with entertaining in mind, the house has been maintained and awaits a buyer with a fat wallet who seeks to own a little piece of Los Angeles history. Check out the slideshow below to see the historic home where guests like Clark Gable, Charlie Chaplin and Ingmar Bergman once attended parties.