Linda Gray is ready to part ways with the charming Santa Clarita property she’s been calling home for the past five decades.
The actress, best known for her role as Sue Ellen Ewing, the better half of Larry Hagman’s character J.R. Ewing on the CBS TV drama series Dallas, has been living here for 50 years.
The Emmy Award-nominated actress fondly recalls buying the land, which was considered to be the middle of nowhere 50 years ago.
Her husband, who was the art director at Warner Brothers Records, then asked his friend - legendary architect A. Quincy Jones - to build their dream house on the secluded lot.
The end result: a spectacular architectural home that's warm and inviting. But you don't have to take our word for it; instead, let's tour the house and see its most unique features.
Gray says the floor is made of heart pine, meaning the heart of the pine tree, sourced from a New Orleans schoolhouse.
The main house has 3 bedrooms and a striking primary bathroom with a freestanding fireplace and glass walls.
There’s also an ultra-charming guest house on the property, which comes with its own living room, and two extra bedrooms.
Schweitzer is a self-proclaimed food lover that’s married to famous TV chef and cookbook author Mary Sue Milliken
He fitted the kitchen with beautiful racks to hang pots and pans out in the open, pro-style appliances and a pizza oven.
That includes stables for horses, a tack room/barn, a north-south tennis court, large swimmer’s pool with spa, organic gardens, koi pond, chicken coop, and an endless lawn.
Linda Gray's stunning Santa Clarita house is now on the market asking $2,995,000. Go to our article to learn more about the listing - and what the actress said about her longtime home.
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