Beverly Hillbillies Mansion
From the 60's TV show
Owner is Univision CEO Jerry Perenchio
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@ 2005-12-28 06:52:58
Ya'll come back now.. ya hear?!
@ 2006-03-11 17:20:36
some reports said this house was torn down, I guess not.
@ 2007-10-17 01:33:43
No but it is hard to veiw from the road. Big ass gate...
@ 2008-08-11 17:13:43
The Beverly Hillbillies house was indeed torn down in the late 1980s because the new owner wanted the land for a new house, which sits there now.
@ 2009-03-10 15:17:20
It was'nt torn dow. just remodeled
@ 2010-08-30 12:37:27
ok, did they tear it down and buld a new one, or did thet remodel the old one ?
@ 2011-01-01 17:46:47
I thought the cement pond was behind the house
@ 2011-03-01 13:17:14
The story of this house is told in the good book DREAM PALACES - HOLLYWOOD AT HOME by Charles Lockwood, pub. 1981, available from amazon.com if you are interested. (Most large city libraries should still have a copy.) The house has a fascinating history, and is one of the largest and most beautiful estates in Bel Air. The present owner Jerry Perenchio had to take down the beautiful wrought-iron front gates and put up a stone wall because tourists were constantly parking and gawking through the gates. The house is no longer visible from the road, alas. The estimated market value is anywhere from $15 to $30 million, perhaps more, depending upon the current market conditions.
@ 2012-05-15 03:10:30
I was sight seeing in about 1981 and was stunned to see Jed's place through the gates. Didnt stop but slowed down for a good gawk and might have reversed up for a second and third gawk . Went looking again a few years back and couldnt see it, heard it was torn down. Next time I will be looking for a wall.
@ 2012-09-15 18:38:07
The original house WAS torn down, but not because the owner wanted the land for a new home. A fire started during renovations on the property and gutted the building. It had to be torn down.
@ 2012-11-25 13:27:24
Get your stories straight and stop gossiping! Your stories are all different.
@ 2013-05-12 05:28:55
The gates are still there. Originally there was a small circular driveway outside of the gates on Bel Air Rd and that's what was walled over. You still pass through them when arriving, but now it's after a sharp left turn instead of straight through.
The only thing that was torn down was an awkwardly placed garage right at the front.
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