Behind the Gates: Greystone Mansion.

Completed in 1928 by Gordon Kaufmann, the Tudor Revival estate was owned by Edward L. Doheny, which he gifted to his only son Ned as a wedding present. The 46,000 sqft residence consists of 55 bedrooms, and the castle-like grounds contain lush courtyards, gardens & magnificent city views. The home gained national recognition after the murder-suicide involving Ned and his secretary, Hugh Plunket. The property was purchased by the City of Beverly Hills in 1965, and became a public park in 1971. Photo by @jadaziegevents

Subscribe to Linda's Monthly Newsletter

Sign up to stay informed on LA's Hottest Properties