This story originally appeared at Do You Remember by Lauren Stewart.
- The home that Doris Day owned from 1951 to 2006 is currently up for sale.
- The current owner has listed the Beverly Hills home for $14.5 million.
- Doris lived there with her third husband Marty Melcher.
Doris Day’s former Beverly Hills home is now listed for sale. The late Doris Day lived there for decades with then-husband and manager Marty Melcher. The home was built in 1922, but has been remodeled over the years. The house is currently listed for $14.5 million.
Doris and Marty bought the home in the ’50s and Doris owned it until 2006. She sold it for around $6.5 million. The home is over 4,300 square feet and contains four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. In addition, the kitchen has been updated and now contains an island.
Photos of Doris Day’s former Beverly Hills home
According to Zillow, this is the home’s description: “Gated and private Contemporary one-story home situated on a sprawling lot of just under 30,000 sq. ft. in the heart of the Beverly Hills Flats. Double gates open to a large motor court and driveway that runs along the side of the house to a two-car garage. Enter into the formal foyer leading to the spacious and open living room and adjoining dining room with walls of French doors that welcome the light and lush exterior.”
In addition, the listing continues, “The cook’s kitchen offers professional appliances and center island. There are four bedrooms including the spacious and elegant master suite complete with built-ins, walk-in closet, bath, and walls of French doors that open to the back patio. The huge backyard features an expansive brick patio with fireplace, sprawling lawn, basketball sport court, and detached pool house. This is an incredible opportunity to own a rare 2/3 acre lot in the prime Beverly Hills Flats.”
The entire home is stunning
The master suite boasts a walk-in closet, French doors that open up to a patio in the backyard, and a bathroom. The patio has a swimming pool, fireplace, pool house, and a basketball half-court. The backyard area is around two-thirds of an acre.
Doris passed away in 2019 at the age of 97. She started out as a singer but became a famous actress in the late ’40s. She married Marty in 1951 and they stayed married until his death in 1968. Lastly, some of her most famous films were Pillow Talk, Love Me or Leave Me, and Lover Come Back.
Would you want to live in Doris Day’s former home? It sure looks gorgeous!