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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed
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Scottish heartthrob Gerard Butler is renting out his Los Angeles home for a huge $17,500-a-month. The rugged '300' hunk had previously tried to sell the Spanish Revival-style residence in the foothills of the exclusive Los Feliz area for $4.4 million. Butler originally purchased the 1930s hillside home for $3.25 million in mid-2008. The whitewashed and turreted villa sits on a quiet cul-de-sac behind a high, vine-encrusted wall and a carved wood entry gate. Stone steps descend through lush plantings into a serene, tree-shaded courtyard garden with a massive river-rock fireplace. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,490 square feet of living space. Extensive renovations were mindful of vintage architectural details. The foyer features original, lustrously polished floor tiles. In the step-down formal living room, French doors open to a sun-drenched terrace with open sunset views, old-world splendour reigns with slim wood beams across the ceiling, hand-treated plaster walls and down-cushioned furniture swathed in jewel-toned brocades and velvets. The wood-beamed ceiling in the formal dining room is a swirl with a hand-painted floral mural and French doors frame a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The high-end kitchen is fitted with thick, poured concrete countertops on dark wood cabinets set off by gleaming, commercial-style stainless steel designer appliances. Beyond the kitchen, a family room/games room offers a video game console, an old-school pinball machine and a floridly carved, crimson-felted and gilt-trimmed snooker table. A tightly curved staircase enhanced with multi-coloured stained-glass windows leads to the second-floor bedrooms that include a spacious, city-view master bedroom suite replete with fireplace, sitting room or dressing area, slender balcony and a fully up-to-date vintage-style bathroom. A wrought-iron corkscrew staircase just outside the master suite twirls up to the turret where a dozen or more wood-trimmed