Staggering Beverly Hills home is also steeped in Hollywood history.
The palatial-style mansion that John F. Kennedy and his new-bride Jackie stayed in on their 1953 honeymoon is on the market for a substantial sum.
Nestled in one of America's most highly sought after zip codes, 90210, the 19-bedroom property spans 50,000 square feet.
After selling for $95 million five years ago, the home is now listed for a cool $135 million. So, what would one get for their money? Highlights include two theaters, a two-story library, 22-foot ceilings, a tennis court, and 29 bathrooms ... yes, you read that right.
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You can take a virtual tour of the jaw-dropping home in the video below:
The property was previously listed for an astonishing $165 million in 2007 - but can you believe that in 1946 the actress Marion Davies 'gifted' it to her lover, the publishing giant William Randolph Hearst, after snapping it up for a mere $120,000.
Movie fans may recognize 'Beverly House' from scenes in iconic flicks like "The Bodyguard" and "The Godfather". In the latter, the Spanish/Italian-style home was the backdrop of the infamous horse head scene.
The house was built in 1925 by English-born architect Gordon Kaufman of the Hoover Dam fame.