Kirk Douglas Estate, Listed for $7.5M, Includes Personal Walk of Fame
The Beverly Hills home owned by iconic actor Kirk Douglas and his wife Ann, who passed away months apart in 2020 and 2021, each in their 100s, has hit the market. Listed in Nourmand & Associates’ Rochelle Atlas Maize for $ 7.495 million, the four-bedroom, 4,648-square-foot residence includes a unique feature: a sort of personal Hollywood Walk of Fame in the garden that is made up of steps that were personally autographed by a cavalcade of legendary movie stars.
“Kirk and Ann Douglas loved to entertain. When they organized dinners, they asked their friends to sign their names on concrete steps, ”says Atlas Maize about how the path came about.
The stones, dubbed the “Stars of Beverly Hills,” will be included in the sale of the traditional-style one-story residence, built in 1921 and located at 805 N. Rexford Drive in a central location in the Beverly Hills apartments. The 15,503-square-foot lot also includes a separate two-story guesthouse, pool and spa, and mature trees that offer complete privacy in the garden. Each of the four bedrooms is en-suite and there are five bathrooms.
In total, there are 22 stones and include autographs of the following: Milton Berle, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Ronald Reagan, Lucille Ball, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher, Jack Nicholson, Jane Fonda, Warren Beatty, Charlton Heston, Natalie Wood, Barbra Streisand, Polly Bergen, Henry Fonda, Angie Dickinson, Tony Curtis, Robert Taylor, Janet Leigh, Ricardo Montalban, Eric Douglas, Barbara Rush, Edward G. Robinson, Roger Moore, Rosalind Russell, Robert Stack, James Mason, Cyd Charisse, Shirley MacLaine, Jack Benny, Mary Livingstone, Hugh O’Brian, Jack Lemmon, Joanna and Sidney Poitier, Elizabeth Montgomery, Burt Lancaster, Edie Adams. There are also autographs from Kirk’s sons, Michael Douglas, Eric Douglas, Joel Douglas, and Peter Douglas.
Kirk Douglas, the star of Spartacus who was nominated for three Oscars in his career (for Greed for life, Tthe bad and the beautiful and Champion), died in 2020 at the age of 103. His wife Ann, to whom he was married for more than 60 years, died in April of this year at the age of 102.
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