Fancy feasting your eyes on something a little different from the usual luxurious celebrity homes of Beverly Hills? Try Spadena House. Nestled on the corner of upscale Walden Drive and Carmelita Avenue, this home looks more like something described by the Brothers Grimm in a fairytale - hence it’s more common name ‘The Witch’s House’. Designed by Hollywood art director Harry Oliver, this fascinating structure was built in 1921 and used as offices for a film studio in Culver City until it was moved to its current location in 1934.
You can’t actually venture inside the house but the exterior is impressive enough to warrant a visit. With its dilapidated roof topped with oddly-shaped pebbles, tiny windows with askew shutters and rickety picket fence, Spadena House is full of story book character. You’ll even find an old English style garden with twisted trees and a sign hanging from a lantern reading ‘Witch’s Landing’ out the front. In Beverly Hills for Halloween? This is the perfect spot.
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