The property has been co-listed by two Los Angeles real estate agencies, Hilton & Hyland and The Agency. Built in 1927, the property's dazzling array of amenities includes a tennis court and a swimming pool, but even if the new owner of the property shuns the outdoors, this individual will still have nearly 20,000 square feet and 29 rooms in which to vegetate.
The mansion has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half baths. It also has four buildings on-site -- a four-bedroom guest house, a game house, a bathhouse and a gym. It also has its own zoo license, one of only a few places in Los Angeles to have one that's not an actual zoo. - READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON FORTUNE.com