This is certainly one of the more unique structures in Beverly Hills. Heavily reminiscent of Spain's master architect Antonio Gaudi, this home was built in the 1980s by art deco storeowner Don O'Neill. Before his death in 1989, only the parlor and the small guesthouse subscribed to his flamboyant style. Eventually, however, his wife completely rebuilt a larger home as a tribute to her late husband. The house that now stands is a welcome architectural anomaly amidst the often-boring pseudo-classical style homes of Beverly Hills. Today, no tours are given, but it is still an interesting place to check out from the outside.
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