House hunting: 6 homes with cinematic history

blog_press_03_18_15 By Lauren Beale

Rancho Mirage, California. The Jaffe House was built in 1963 for a prominent doctor who purchased the land from Groucho Marx. Designated as a landmark, the stucco, steel, and glass home has four bedrooms and 11-foot ceilings.

The property includes a patio area, a T-shaped pool, and a one-bedroom guesthouse that served as an office where Marx and other celebrities would receive treatment. $1,995,000.

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37200PalmView-015 141206_dpp_bg_emmet_0001 Hollywood, California. Silent-film star Clyde Cook owned this four-bedroom house in the Whitley Heights neighborhood. Built in 1923, the Mediterranean-style home includes beamed ceilings, original tiles, ornate ironwork, and a deck off the master suite. 141206_dpp_bg_emmet_0013 A courtyard in the rear has two palms, fruit trees, and bougainvillea. $1,175,000.

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