Hollywood Legends Luxurious Homes

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The Hollywood stars have shared the off-screen images, which showed how they are enjoying their lives. They have maintained the aura of perfection as it was critical to the livelihood of the actor and their hoes showed their class and taste of their homes and living styles.

Alan Hess and Michael Stem got published the book, Hollywood Modern: Houses of the Stars and it showed the glimpses of their elegant lifestyle. Hollywood Legends Luxurious Homes. The pictures of the homes of the Hollywood actors show futuristic architecture of southern California from minimal to the luxury and these houses are designed for ideal living for celebrities.

Dolores and Bob Hope

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Frank Lloyd Wright has designed this home for the comedian Bob Hope and his wife, Dolores as they host large charity functions. He made the doomed structure above Palm Springs like the flying saucer on mountaintop. Bob said when they come down from Mars, they know where they will go. It brings light into central court and it provided the outdoor living room, which is excellent for hundreds of guests in the spectacular natural setting.

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz

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stylish home

The house made on the Palm Springs for the co-stars of ‘I Love Lucy’, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. This house has not inspired people but it gives the comfort to the people. It is spread over 4400 sq ft and this contemporary ranch house designed by Paul R Williams has provided sufficient space to arrange the pool parties and barbeques. This house has given the balance of modern and traditional open plan living with the walls made up of wood and stone fireplaces.

Gary Cooper

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nice home

The house of wife of Gary Cooper, Veronica was built in 1955, which is considered sophisticated and modern home. This house has glass walls, which is surrounded with nature in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles. The architect, Quincy Jones has designed this house. When Cooper has affair with actress, Patricia Neal and Gary and Veronica fell down with each other, when they were making ‘The Fountainhead’ and it is based on the novel of Ayn Rand, who was the individualistic and modern architect.

Josef von Sternberg

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legend home

Richard Neutra constructed this house in 1935 for Austrian US film maker, Josef von Sternberg. This house is surrounded by moat and shiny aluminum walls, which has bold future on the basis of technology. You can get the enjoyment of sky and tree and the sprinkle system with the walls to create special affects of mist and the hard rain.

Steve McQueen

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Steve McQueen has designed his house in Palm Springs and he designed the house for investor Thomas Griffing in 1964 and it is the functional modernist steel and glass desert house, which is constructed over Coachella valley. This design of the house is best for all worlds for the star, privacy and isolation, which is combined with freedom. The house has the steel construction, which allow the large living room over hillside with glass walls and they are slide open to the deck, spreading all over it.

Lew Wasserman

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Leu waserman

The talent super agent, Lew Wasserman has got constructed this home and he shared it with his wife, Edie. This house has modern windows, walls, sliding doors and terrazzo floors and a swimming pool is also made in it. The curved roofline dominates, when if faces backyard. The leading architect, Harold Levitt has designed this house and you can watch parties and meetings and it became the epicenter for anything that is happened is Hollywood from 1950s to 80s.

Charlton Heston

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actor home

It is the place for small gathering than lavish Hollywood parties and the architect, William Sutherland Beckett has made this house in arrowhead shape in 1959 for Charlton Heston, who is the star of Ben Hur and Planet of the Apes. This house has steep Hollywood hills all over it and it became the refuge for the actor and his family. It has the striking pattern on living room rug, which was designed by Heston, who has artistic side and sketch the crew and actors, when they wait for the shooting of their scenes.

Frank Sinatra

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franka

Frank Sinatra was enjoying the holiday in April 1949 in Palm Springs, when he came to the office of the popular architect, E. Stewart Williams and asked him to build the Georgian Colonial revival style house to manage the Christmas party. Williams convinced to create the modern and elegant home set near town center and they can watch the beautiful view of snow capped mountains. He asked to have the curve to play off against line of building.

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