Samuel Goldwyn's Former Beverly Hills Mansion Is Listed for $39M

Nick Springett

The home has six bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Film producer Samuel Goldwyn's former Beverly Hills mansion is on the market for $39 million.

The Georgian mansion, which measures 11,000 square feet and sits on two acres of land, is located behind the Beverly Hills Hotel and boasts six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a guest apartment atop the garage, the Wall Street Journal reported. A grand spiral staircase graces the entrance to the home, and other highlights include a screening room with 35-mm film projection and a formal dining room with French doors that open onto a brick patio.

“It’s very rare to get two acres of land in Beverly Hills,” Joyce Rey said. 

Aerial view of the mansion (Nick Springett).

The backyard hosts a pool and pool house complete with a kitchenette, tennis court and double motor court.

The home was built in 1934 for Goldwyn's movie producer father, Samuel Goldwyn Sr., and was passed to the son, who became famous for producing films such as Mystic Pizza and Master and Commander.

Goldwyn died on Jan. 9, 2015 at age 88.

The mansion is listed with Coldwell Banker's Joyce Rey and Stacy Gottula

Tennis court (Nick Springett).