Someone is close to living a life like they’re on Dynasty — and that may include some epic brawling.
The “Dynasty Mansion,” famously known as the setting for the catfight between Krystle (Linda Evans) and Alexis Carrington (Joan Collins), is for sale at a listing price of $28 million. And the lily pond where the claws came out on the 1980s series is still intact.
Built in 1913, the Arden Villa’s main residence offers 13,000 square feet of space including its spacious entertainment rooms, nine bathrooms, five main bedrooms and a lavish and luxurious master suite with dual spa lavatories and a grand private drawing room.
In addition, the estate that totals about three acres of land features crafted architectural details, seven indoor fireplaces, game rooms, office spaces, a wine cellar and the potential for additional rooms with its two additional levels.
The exterior is equipped for a party. In fact, it was built for bashes with its expansive grounds, lily ponds, enveloped tennis court, tranquil terrain and swimming pool.
Behind the massive main gates there is also a secondary residence (1193 Arden Road) with its own swimming pool, private entrance and 2,430 square feet.
Originally built in 1913 for railroad heir and mining tycoon William Kennon Jewett and his second wife, it’s always been a place designed to promote privacy. But that doesn’t mean it has been hidden from Hollywood’s history. In addition to its time on Dynasty, the estate has also appeared on Matlock and Knight Rider and in the film Billy Madison.
The listing agents for the property are Jack Chang and Nick Cacarnakis of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.
For a virtual tour of the property, visit here.