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The Fabled compound on the border between West Hollywood and Beverly Hills was acquired in mid-March 2013 by a Swedish-born producer who penned, co-penned and/or produced over the last 15 or so years for a who’s who of main stream pop/country/rock super stars.
Previous resident is Rat Pack crooner Frank Sinatra who kept a crash pad in the compound in the early 1960s. Other residents of note include Marilyn Monroe, James Coburn and Turkish-born polyglot interior designer Kalef Alaton.
The result is a spirited and romantic space that has proven to be catnip to musicians and songwriters alike. Moroccan rugs, swaths of Grammy gold an brass, Jimi Hendrix florals and Rat Pack modern swirl together in a sumptuous sundae of musical references.
The property is 5,637 square feet, has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.