At Home With Ryan Murphy
The TV mastermind gives a tour of his Spanish-style house, where Obama spoke, Keaton lived and where he plans to raise a family with his new husband.
While two Bernese Mountain dogs play in the courtyard where a white stucco fountain trickles in the sunlight, Ryan Murphy plunks down in a shadow-filled sitting room at his Beverly Hills house -- a space that was a kids' playroom when previous owner Diane Keaton lived there. He's eschewed his trademark cap, wearing a long-sleeved gray T-shirt and khakis. Even though he's overseeing an astonishing three primetime shows this fall, Murphy, 46, doesn't seem the slightest bit rushed, no iPhone or BlackBerry in sight over the course of nearly two hours during a visit that included a tour of his seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house. The Spanish Colonial Revival residence -- where Murphy and designer Cliff Fong have created eclectic interiors mixing ranch-inspired, period-correct furniture, contemporary art and photography and American Horror Story-worthy objects -- was designed in 1927 by Ralph Flewelling, also the architect of the well-known fountain at the intersection of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards.
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