Former Hollywood home of Errol Flynn listed

Former Hollywood home of Errol Flynn listed
Former Hollywood home of Errol Flynn listed

A 1926 Hollywood regency style home credited as Australian actor Errol Flynn's former home has been listed for sale at US$5.95 million (A$7.83 million).

It is set in the desirable Bird Streets of the Hollywood Hills with city views to downtown LA.

Listing agents include Chad Rogers at Hilton & Hyland.

Redfin suggest it last sold at US$2.85 million (A$3.75 million) in 2013, then in 2008 at US$2.95 million (A$3.88 million), then US$1.27 million (A$1.67 million) in 2001.

Designer John Elgin Wolfe was responsible for the 1950s makeover of the 1920s Italian-style villa for the late comedian-actor Paul Lynde after Flynn's ownership.

The main floor features silver-leaf wood floors, original marble fireplace, antique chandelier suspended from the high ceilings and five pairs of arched french doors that overlook the city from all terraces.

The entire second floor is a lavish master suite with sitting room with his and hers closets.

There are also two master baths both having walls covered in hand-antiqued mirrors

The pool level features Woolf's signature domed roof cabana and trapezoidal pool.

Owners have included musician Moby and the Alice + Olivia clothing designer Stacey Bendet.

The John Elgin Wolfe-designed home better associated with Errol Flynn is 7740 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, which was sold in 1959 for $180,000.

Errol Flynn was born in 1909 in Hobart and died in 1959.

There's a webpage on the Errol Flynn blog devoted to the addresses with a ink to Errol!

It suggests Flynn bought it for the family of his second wife, Nora Eddingtton.

Specific Addresses Associated with Errol

8946 Appian Way – Tiger Lil’s Lair, On the Crest of Lookout Mountain
4320 Cedarhurst Circle – The Cedars
9250 Cordell Drive – Home Errol Bought for Eddington Family
5930 Franklin Avenue – Chateau Elysee
2000 No. Fuller Avenue – The Pines (Guesthouse)
7245 Hillside Avenue – Reported Residence
6654 Hollywood Boulevard – Walk of Fame Star (Motion Pictures)
7008 Hollywood Boulevard – Walk of Fame Star (Television)
1714 Ivar Avenue – Knickerbocker Hotel
2450 Laurel Canyon Boulevard – Reputed Location for Parties
2451 Laurel Canyon Boulevard – Reputed Location for Parties
7740 Mulholland Drive – Mulholland Farm
1652 North Cherokee Avenue – Boardner’s Bar
601 North Linden Drive – Roz Russel Home, rented by Errol & Niv
801 North Linden Drive – Private Home, Association Unknown to Me
3400 Riverside Drive – Warner Brothers Studios, Burbank
1357 Schuyler Road – Allegedly Built By Errol, But Unconfirmed
1712 South Glendale Avenue – Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale
345 St. Pierre Road – Colleen Moore’s Mansion in Bel Air
1709 Tropical Avenue – Resided with Lili
6525 West Sunset Boulevard – Hollywood Athletic Club
8152 West Sunset Boulevard – The Garden of Allah
8221 West Sunset Boulevard – Chateau Marmont
8245 West Sunset Boulevard – Private Home, Association Unknown to Me
8358 West Sunset Boulevard – Sunset Towers

Locations without Specific Addresses

Balboa Yacht Basin (Newport Beach)
Three Arches Beach (Laguna Beach)


Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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