A home that once belonged to President Ronald Reagan is up for sale in Los Angeles with the price set at $6.75 million.
The 6,153-square-foot home known as the Shuwarger House was originally built in 1938, according to the listing with Brent Watson and Marco Salari of Coldwell Banker Realty. The Georgian Colonial Revival-style home was designed by architect Paul Williams, who fashioned residences for a number of Hollywood celebrities in his day.
“It’s rare to come across one of these homes in such great original condition with every detail still intact like stepping back in time,” Watson told FOX Business.
Reagan lived in the house in the 1940s during his acting days and while married to his first wife, the actress Jane Wyman, according to Realtor.com. She took ownership of the house after their 1949 divorce.
The house appeared as the fictional home of Joan Crawford in the 2017 FX series “Feud: Bette and Joan,” according to the website.
The style and floorplan maintain the original design of the home, according to the listing. It includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half baths.
Guests enter into an oval foyer with a chandelier and round staircase. The ornately detailed rooms include a living room with 12-foot ceilings, a fireplace and bay window as well as separate formal dining and junior dining rooms, according to the listing. The home’s living spaces also include a den, library and workshop.
Upstairs, the home features four bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, including dual baths in the master suite, according to the listing. The master bedroom also includes walk-in closets and a terrace overlooking the back garden of the 17,820-square-foot lot.
The outdoor amenities include a large pool and a dining pavilion with a barbecue and fireplace.
Los Angeles County real estate records show the property last changed hands in 2018 for $6.5 million.