Fredric March’s house at 1065 Ridgedale Drive, Bel Air

Fredric March's house at 1065 Ridgedale Drive, Bel AirFredric March’s home at 1065 Ridgedale Drive, Bel-Air in the mid-to-late 1930s. I’m not sure what I like the most—the tower in the corner, or the marvelous car parked at the front door. (Actually that little vehicle parked just outside the gate is pretty damn cute.)

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One Response to Fredric March’s house at 1065 Ridgedale Drive, Bel Air

  1. Allen Myerson says:

    Ridgedale was right on the border of Holmby and Beverly Hills. Crosses perpendicular to Hanover.