Completely transformed by its current owners, Howard Hughes’ one-time home lists for $23 Million. See inside!

One of the most recognizable homes ever owned by billionaire movie mogul and aviation pioneer Howard Hughes is back on the market.

The Hancock Park estate — set on the 8th green of Wilshire Country Club — served as the eccentric billionaire’s home at the height of his fame.

It was while living in his Hancock Park home that he produced his best films (Hell’s Angels, Scarface), set a transcontinental airspeed record, and famously romanced Katharine Hepburn.

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Howard Hughes' house in Los Angeles

Originally designed in 1926 by famed architect Roland E. Coate, the property initially belonged to socialite Eva K. Fudger.

Beyond its storied history, the 10,179-square-foot Hancock Park abode sits on a very private lot with stunning golf course views.

The Hancock Park house has 8 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and 5 half baths.

The chef’s kitchen boasts polished brass countertops and a 24-foot kitchen island, opening to a welcoming family room adorned with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.

A beautiful cobblestone courtyard with an outdoor fireplace serves as the home’s striking centerpiece.

The expansive backyard is a true delight, featuring multiple lounge areas, a custom-built stone pizza oven and an inviting swimming pool.

Other noteworthy features include a screening room, a 2,500-bottle  wine vault (which was actually Howard Hughes’ old vault), and an attached guest house with a full kitchen and bath.

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Photos by  Noel Kleinman courtesy of Compass



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