Raymond ChandlerDate / 2015-03-06 12:56:42
The buyer of Brentwood property has been found; it was also formerly the home of the novelist screenwriter Raymond Chandler, and of also the bassist for John McVie of the Fleetwood Macfame. Moreover, the house of Spanish-style that also been sold the previous year for about $2.535 million that is quite close to 6% more than $2.395-million of the asking cost. It was built in the year 1927, of 2,150 of the square-foot of the single-story that retains design features being the red-tile of the roof, interior arches as well as tile that is also surrounding wood-burning of the fireplace in living room. Moreover, there are also French doors, two bedrooms as well as three bathrooms.
The guesthouse, that is ideal for the studio space that also has heated with the concrete floors, the vaulted ceiling as well as the solar panels. On the other hand, McVie, 69, which also joined Fleetwood Mac during late 1960s that were also inducted into the Rock as well as Roll Hall of Fame with band few three decades. They also continue the tour. With enduring hit songs that are “Dreams,” Rhiannon” as well as “Don’t Stop.”
Moreover, Chandler, who also died in the year 1959 on 70, that also wrote detective kind of mysteries. Several of the novels that also consist of “Big Sleep,” “The Long Goodbye,” are also made in movies. They also frequently moved as well as lived in Brentwood house just short time in the year 1942 when working at “The High Window.”
This property earlier sold for in the year 1995 for about $612,000. However, Scott Behrle of the Deasy Penner as well as Partners are also listing the agent. At the same time, Marcie Hartley as well as Brooke Kaufman, the affiliate of the International representative of Christie Real Estate, represented through McVie.