Since its inception in 1923, Disney has always made us believe in all things magic.
There may be a few skeptics and naysayers, but as it turns out some fairytales do come true.
Just take a look at this breathtaking cottage reminiscent of the one from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and you will know what we mean.
Located in the very stylish-yet-quaint Larchmont Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, this unique home belonged to Adriana Caselotti, the voice of the original Snow White in the first full-length animated Disney classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
Caselotti was awarded the title of Disney Legend in 1994 for her iconic role as the first Snow White in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, making her the first female voiceover artist to achieve this.
The home was custom-built in the 1970s for the late actress who dabbled in real estate and the stock market.
From the looks of it, the iconic actress took her onscreen role pretty seriously as she even designed the space herself.
Caselotti sold the home to Emmy-nominated TV screenwriter/producer Karey Dornetto back in May 2012 who has since carried out many renovations.
This piece of Hollywood history is up for grabs for $2.098 million, with John Kostrey and Jennifer Eckert of Nourmand & Associates holding the listing.
The house itself spans over 2,200 square feet of living space and includes 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
Walk in through the majestic double doors and you will find yourself in a great room with soaring 18-foot cedar wood ceilings, gorgeous white oak floors, and an open living and dining space.
The living room also features a built-in wet bar with a monkey pod wood bar top. Cross-hatched windows lead to the adjoining room where a stained-glass window adds to the beauty of the space.
The chef’s kitchen comes complete with marble countertops, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and an impressive kitchen island that is the perfect spot for Snow White to hang out with the seven dwarves and more.
The property includes an office, a powder room, a walk-in pantry, and a bonus room which would make the perfect art studio, gym, playroom, walk-in closet, or additional bedroom.
Sliding doors lead to the impressive outside patio where there are two outdoor decks nestled behind tall hedges, and of course, the pièce de résistance – Snow White’s Wishing Well with the words “I’m wishing.”
The fully gated cottage offers immense privacy and even comes with a two-car garage.
The original design also featured a lovely Japanese-style bridge and while it was removed during renovation, this is still the kind of cottage that can transport you to another time and place.
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