Mansion Global April 3, 2023
The opening scene of Miley Cyrus’s “Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions)” shows a quintessential California scene: a pool, a patio, places to lounge, walking paths surrounded by native plantings and Mid-Century Modern architecture. Plus the pop chanteuse, clad in white, performing in front of the Santa Monica and San Gabriel mountains.
Now the home—located in Chatsworth, a suburban neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley—is back on the market for $16.5 million.
Known as the Farralone House, it was designed in 1951 by renowned architect William Pereira for banking heiress Dora Hutchinson. Since then, it’s been a haven for celebrities, from Frank Sinatra—who lived there in the 1950s and 1960s—to Judy Garland and Lucille Ball, according to the listing with Mike Deasy of DPP Real Estate.
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