A Spanish-style home that once sat on silent film star Rudy Valentino’s famed Falcon Lair estate has hit the rental market, and RadarOnline.com has photos of the stunning pad.
The home — that sits above Beverly Hills — is listed at rates of $1,000 for the night, or $14,000 for the month, on zillow.com.
The home lies on Cielo Drive, a stone’s throw from The Beverly Hills Hotel. It’s now owned by Prudential California Realty’s Geoffrey Lands, who touted the house’s “high ceilings [and] tons of light” in providing an indoor-outdoor feeling.
The Falcon Lair estate was also once owned by Doris Duke, the tobacco heiress who purchased it in 1956 “primarily for use on her occasional visits to California and for use while she was in transit to or from her residence in Honolulu,” according to her collected papers. She lived there until her death in 1993.
Valentino remained a cult figure well past his death at just 31 in 1926.
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