The former home of German actress Marlene Dietrich featuring Spanish Revival design has been sold for $23.5 million according to the WSJ.
The main house measures about 9,000 square feet. The property, on over an acre, also has a pool and a guest suite.
Ms. Dietrich, a film star and singer, lived in the home in the 1930s, according to her grandson, Peter Riva. At the time the house was owned by her friend Countess Dorothy di Frasso, an heiress and society hostess.
The Countess hired interior decorator Elsie de Wolfe to furnish the house and a number of details from the Countess’s time, such as hand-painted wallpaper, remain in the house.