Today’s perusal of ye olde Craig’s Liste turned up this rather intriguing posting for a 1926 English Tudor-style cottage plus “live-in greenhouse” in Beverly Hills. The ad claims the cottage was “originally built by William Randolph Hearst for the Marion Davies Estate,” a boast for which we can find no evidence proving or disproving. Either way, it looks pretty dang adorable, but you’ll need a Hearst-level trust fund to lease it: monthly rent for the property is $3,950. · $3950 / 1br – English Tudor Cottage with Live-in Greenhouse [Craigslist]

[source: curbed.com]

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