Muhammad Ali's Hancock Park Estate

Built in 1915 by John C. Austin of Griffith Observatory and Los Angeles City Hall fame, this historic Hancock Park estate was once owned by Muhammad Ali. Over the years, the 10,000+ square foot home has hosted names like Sylvester Stallone, Clint Eastwood, and President Obama, who all no doubt appreciated its location behind the gates of the Fremont Place neighborhood. In total, the home offers seven bedrooms and eight full baths, as well as features like an updated kitchen, a Tiffany stained glass panel in the office, original French Empire crystal chandeliers and fireplaces, wood paneling, marble and hardwood floors, a third-floor ballroom with full bar, and a semi-circular solarium. The 1.5-acre corner lot has privacy hedges, a large lawn, a terrace, and a swimming pool, conveniently set close to Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and downtown LA.

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