In the Netflix series Beef, Amy's vacation home is very different from her permanent residence: It has a cheerful color scheme, a liberating mood, and glass walls that let in lots of natural light.
You might remember the house as a Chatsworth property in Los Angeles, which was used as a filming location for a ton of other films, including the music video for Miley Cyrus's chart-topping song "Flowers.
"The famed architect William Pereira, whose resume also includes the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California, and LAX airport, created the historic house, known as the Farralone House, which is situated at 9361 Farralone Ave.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the house was built in 1951 for banking heiress Dora Hutchinson and later served as Frank Sinatra's residence for a decade, making it even more famous.
According to reports, the 8,000 square foot, one-story mansion has four bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Wood floors, many fireplaces, and the magnificent alpine backdrop beyond 16-foot glass walls warm up the whitewashed interiors.
According to Sotheby's International Realty, the hilltop residence overlooks the Chatsworth Nature Preserve and features a 50-foot pool,
guest house, pergola for poolside lounging, gym, and massage room—all of which are situated on 14-acre grounds.
Even with all of that, the real estate company said that there is still room for "equestrian facilities, a vineyard, additional residences,
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