The house was built for the actress, and she lived there until the late-1940s
A Los Angeles home with a history of celebrity owners—including actresses Betty Grable and Jaclyn Smith —has listed for $13.295 million.
The house, located in Bel Air, was built in the late 1930s, according to owner Schuyler Moore, an entertainment lawyer. Mr. Moore said an early resident was Hollywood star and World War II “pinup girl” Betty Grable. He said the house was built for the actress, and she lived there until the late-1940s.
Another former owner was actress-turned-clothing designer Jaclyn Smith, who starred on the “Charlie’s Angels” television show. According to public records, Ms. Smith and her then-husband Dennis Cole purchased the home in 1979 and sold it in the 1980s. A spokesperson for Ms. Smith said she did buy the house but never moved in.
The traditional-style brick home sits on nearly an acre, Mr. Moore said. The house measures about 8,500 square feet, with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, according to listing agents Alphonso Lascano and Bjorn Farrugia of Hilton & Hyland.
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