Bob Hope’s L.A. Compound Lists For First Time

The traditional home was designed by Robert Finkelhor and later "modernized" by John Elgin Woolf, and is on the market for $27.5 million, reports Curbed.

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The traditional home was designed by Robert Finkelhor and later "modernized" by John Elgin Woolf, and is on the market for $27.5 million, reports Curbed.
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An aerial view of the compound.
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The home's walls and gates provide complete privacy for the owner.
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The traditional main house, built for Hope in 1939, was designed by architect Robert Finkelhor and remodeled in the '50s by John Elgin Woolf.
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A reception room leads guests to the foyer.
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A look at the two-story foyer.
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The formal living room has walls of glass overlooking the grounds.
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Pictured, the large dining room.
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The wood-paneled office offers custom-built bookshelves.
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The wet bar has a mirror backdrop.
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The kitchen pops with cheery blue decor.
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The master suite has a sitting room, fireplace, and balcony access.
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The property boasts 8 bedrooms, two of which are in the guest house.
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Pictured, a gorgeous Post & Beam patio off the main house.
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The indoor pool is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors.
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The 14,876-square-foot main house sits on a 5.16-acre lot.
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The property also boasts a one-hole golf course.
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A look at the tranquil outdoor pool.
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The grounds feature several walkways and gardens.
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