Kirk Douglas’s Beverly Hills Home Sells For Just Over $9 Million

The late actor’s longtime residence comes complete with its own “walk of fame”

The front door of the home where Kirk Douglas and his wife Anne Douglas lived from 1976 until their deaths in 2020 and...
The front door of the home where Kirk Douglas and his wife, Anne Douglas, lived from 1976 until their deaths in 2020 and 2021, respectively.Photo: Noel Kleinman Photography

There are many L.A. homes who’ve been occupied by stars, but few have quite as much to show for it as the late Kirk Douglas’s Beverly Hills home. The property, which features a “walk of fame” with stones that bear signatures of stars ranging from Lucille Ball to Ronald Reagan, has just sold for $9.015 million according to the Wall Street Journal. Rochelle Atlas Maize of Nourmand & Associates holds the listing.

Frescoes adorn the living room ceiling.
Frescoes adorn the living room ceiling. Photo: Noel Kleinman Photography

The 4,648 square foot space was listed just one month ago for $7.49 million, and reportedly racked up 31 offers, resulting in the $1.5 million extra tacked onto the listing price. “We typically get four to five offers at this price point,” the home’s listing agent Rochelle Maize told the Wall Street Journal. “Usually this type of activity is reserved for a $1 million property. It’s kind of unheard of.”

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The signatures of Frank Sinatra, Natalie Wood, and many others appear on the home’s walk of fame. Photo: Noel Kleinman Photography



It’s easy to see why the traditional-style home would inspire such a reaction, though. Along with the ultra-unique walk of fame, the four bedroom, six bathroom property features hand-painted frescoes, folding french doors that elegantly separate the living spaces, and mature trees that add to the lot’s sense of privacy. A two story guest house sits at the back of the property and opens directly to the pool. Kirk and his wife Anne Douglas purchased the property in 1976 for $400,000 and lived there until their deaths in February 2020 and April 2021, respectively. AD toured the home in 1977, and Anne shared how she designed a light-filled retreat filled with art and highly personal details.

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The pool area. Photo: Noel Kleinman Photogra