Celebrity Homes for Sale: Ronald Reagan's Former Pacific Palisades Remodeled and Listed for $33M
Ronald Reagan's long-time former home in Pacific Palisades is now newly renovated and is asking for $33 million. According to Los Angeles Curbed, General Electric Showcase House and designed by architect William R. Stephenson sold the place in 2013. Reagan called the property home from 1957 to 1981 when he moved into the White House. It was reported that the developers of the property fully renovated the place but still kept many of the historical details of the home.
Listing details reveal that the Riviera White House is truly one of a kind. The historic compound provides stunning views of Griffith Park to Catalina. One of the unique features of the home is the updated professional kitchen that was made and designed in collaboration with Chef Gino Angelini. It also has a cashmere-lined screening room and a 2,000-bottle wine room. There is also a paneled library and a show garage with bar.
The interior of the home is filled with stunning fixtures and luxurious designs with barn beam ceilings, French oak floors and Waterworks fixtures. Despite retaining some of the historical details of the place it is still equipped with modern and smart home technology. There are also modern amenities inside like elevator, curated gas and electric lighting.
The master bedroom is designed with dual dressing rooms and the master bathroom is also luxuriously designed with sauna and steam shower. There is also a sitting area and a terrace. Inside there is also a powder room that is lined in 25,000 peacock feathers. The main residence has a total of seven bedrooms and it was last sold for $5.211 million. Outside there is a salt-water swimming pool with an invisible spa. There is also an 80-feet veranda where one can enjoy the views around the area. There is also a gated 300 feet drive and a lot of outdoor living space to enjoy.