AKA: Casa Encantada, Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA; Hilton, Conrad, House, Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA

Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: James E. Dolena (architect); Terrence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings (interior designer)

Dates: constructed 1937-1939

Bellagio Road
Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA

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Weber House, Casa Encantada; site overlooks the Bel Air Country Club;

Interiors and furniture designed by the celebrated interior designer, Terrence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings; house contains 64 rooms, and is considered one of the grandest in Bel Air; Casa Encantada covers 8.4 acres; servants occupy 12 rooms and have 12 bathrooms; hotelier, Conrad Hilton, purchased the house and its lavish furnishings in 1950 for $225,000 from a finacially-strapped Mrs. Weber and stayed until 1979; the Estate of Conrad Hilton sold Casa Encantada to David Murdock, Chief Executive Officer of Dole Foods, for $12.4 million in 1979; current owner, Gary Winnick, founder of the ill-fated Global Crossing Ltd. telecommunications company, paid $94 million to Murdock for the 23,000 square foot dwelling, the largest sum paid for a residence in Los Angeles County (2002);

House remodeled by architect, James Dolena, in the Hollywood Regency Style;

PCAD id: 379