Today AD takes you inside 114 Freemont Place in Los Angeles, the colorfully decorated home of entertainment royalty Danny Elfman and Bridget Fonda. Comprised of back-to-back lots in Los Angeles, the two complimentary mansions were purchased separately by the couple and unified into a single property, now on the market for $14.6 million. The larger of the two underwent a meticulous $3 million renovation, with the other becoming a mid-century modern-styled guest home. Plus, when you have the repertoire Danny Elfman has, it only makes sense to have a primo performance space for entertaining guests – in this case a massive ballroom art gallery on the main floor.
Federico Fellini on the Set of Satyricon, Rome, Italy, 1969
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