A home where Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward once lived in the early 1960s is set to hit the market in Beverly Hills to the tune of $7.99 million.
Woodward (who turned 93 this year) and Newman were photographed in the house a few years after their marriage in 1958 by the New York Daily News. In the shots, the young couple were captured snuggling on a couch, hanging out and enjoying drinks at the home’s bar, relaxing in an armchair and chatting on the telephone. In one photo, Newman goofed around, sitting on the tricycle of one of their daughters.
Set on 1.2 acres of lush green landscaping, the gated Colonial Revival-style house clocks in at 4,276 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and five baths. Interior features include a generously sized kitchen with a center island, walk-in pantry and wine storage, while a black marble fireplace holds court in the living room. On the residence’s roof, there’s even a cabana terrace which looks out over the grounds and swimming pool.
Behind the house, there’s a loggia with a stone fireplace and a custom swing sofa to enjoy on relaxing afternoons and evenings. Outside, there are also citrus trees, a bocce court and wooded paths.