George Peppard might be best known for playing the tough-as-nails Colonel John ‘Hannibal’ Smith in The A-Team, but his real-life home is as sweet and charming as his soft-spoken writer who once romanced Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s.
The Hollywood legend’s two-bedroom Greek-revival home is now for sale at just under $2.7million (£1.8m)
Nestled in a corner off the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, the 2,500sq ft property has three covered porches, one with classic Athenian-style columns.
The exterior of Hollywood legend George Peppard’s two-bedroom Greek-revival home, which is now on sale at just under $2.7million
The estate, nestled on a corner off the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, features French doors that lead to the front and backyards
The 2,500sq ft property has three covered porches, a guest house and a saltwater pool
The charming estate also has three bathrooms, a garden and saltwater pool and a wood-burning fireplace.
Swedish hardwood floors run throughout the home, and classic French doors lead to the front and back yards.
There is also a sunny one-bedroom guest house complete with high ceilings, French doors, built-in bookcases and a kitchen with a breakfast bar.
A bedroom in the estate. The entire home is outfitted with Swedish hardwood floors, three bathrooms and a wood-burning fireplace
A second bedroom in the house, which was built in 1919 and has since been completely remodeled and renovated
A lounge inside the sunny guest house, which is outfitted with high ceilings and French doors
The guest house also has one bedroom, built-in bookcases and pristine white floors, according to the property listing
The estate was built in 1919 and has since been remodeled and renovated.
Peppard became a major film star after landing the role as Audrey Hepburn’s love interest in the beloved 1961 hit Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
The film helped him land leading roles throughout the 1960s in films such as The Carpetbaggers, The Victors, and How the West Was Won.
Peppard became a major film star after landing the role as Audrey Hepburn’s love interest in Breakfast At Tiffany’s (left). His career was revived after he was cast to play John ‘Hannibal’ Smith (center in right photo) in hit 1980s American action series The A-Team
The living room inside the main house. Peppard scored the role of leading man in 1960s films such as The Carpetbaggers, The Victors, and How the West Was Won
But Peppard’s career was tainted by a well-known drinking problem as well as a reputation for fighting with directors and producers, and walking off sets
He got sober by 1980, but was still struggling after he got fired from the cast of Dynasty and was even forced to lease his Beverly Hills home
But Peppard’s career was tainted by a drinking problem as well as a reputation for fighting with directors and producers, and walking off sets.
He got sober by 1980, but was still struggling after he got fired from the cast of Dynasty before the pilot aired and was even forced to lease his Beverly Hills home.
Everything changed for the famous bad boy when he was cast in new show The A-Team as leader John ‘Hannibal’ Smith.
Everything changed for the famous bad boy when he was cast in new show The A-Team as leader John ‘Hannibal’ Smith
A shot of the tiled bathroom. Peppard’s career was revived after he starred in the hit American-action television series, as the 54-year-old actor was suddenly introduced to a new generation of fans
The long-time leading-man was meant to star in new series The P.I when he died in 1994 from pneumonia at the age of 65
The American action-adventure series was a hit and introduced the 54-year-old Peppard to a new generation of fans.
He died in 1994 from pneumonia at the age of 65. The estate was bought 12 years ago by Mike and Brenda Antin.
The home’s large open-plan kitchen is outfitted with high-end appliances. The guest house kitchen also features a built-in breakfast bar
A view of the lounge inside the guest house, which has exceptionally high ceilings and views of the backyard’s garden and pool
Even the utility room, outfitted with a washer and dryer, retains the clean and crisp charm of the Los Angeles home
Peppard’s house was bought 12 years ago by Mike and Brenda Antin. Mrs Antin is a British designer and owner of an antique shop
During a year-long renovation the couple outfitted the house with new floors and the saltwater pool and modernized the kitchen and living rooms, Mrs Antin told Domaine Home.
Featured in the photos of the home is the couple’s extensive collection of vintage and antique treasures. Mrs Antin is a British designer and owner of an antique shop in Los Angeles.
Mrs Antin said that although the two-bedroom home may look small, with the porches and garden the property can fit up to 100 people if one wants to entertain guests.
Or, it seems, throw a massive Hollywood party that would make George proud.
The couple completely renovated the home with new floors, modernized the kitchen and bathrooms and added this saltwater pool
The home is filled and decorated with the couple’s collection of antique and vintage treasures
Mrs Antin said that although the two-bedroom home may seem small, the porches and yards help the estate fit up to 100 people
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