Luxury listing: Beverly Hills estate with colorful past

Classic manor featured in black-and-white film

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This Italian-style Beverly Hills estate was originally built for actor Buster Keaton in the 1920s and is said to have been owned and frequented by many more celebrities since. Featuring a pool with mosaic tiles and original fountains, the house is called a “true time capsule” by its listing agent, who says it has not been significantly altered since it was built.

The property is a probate sale with a 90-day listing agreement.

The home is listed at $8.795 million by Aitan Segel with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.

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