, or Glendora Singer Mansion as it’s also known, is still up for sale – this time at a significantly reduced price.
The historic home has been on the market for two years, and has yet to secure a buyer.
The southern plantation classic, built in 1932 by famed architect Wallace Neff, was originally priced at $6 million, but the price has been cut to $3,995,000 per court order, according to broker Sarah Trent.
The historical appraisal came in close to $5 million, therefore the home is “well under market value,” said Trent.
Nestled in the foothills on a 40-acre estate, the fully restored home on 820 north Verano Drive is one of only three singer mansions in country.
Neff was the architect of choice for movie starts Cary Grant, Judy Garland, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford. Current celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Madonna and Diane Keaton have also purchased his work.
Brokers will host an open house at the home Sunday, April 1 from 4 to 7 p.m.
So, say you had $4 million to spare. Would you purchase the Glendora Singer Mansion? Tell us in the comments below.