|The Spadena House|
|It's a Halloween worthy home of creepy and fantastic charm|
The house was actually built for a silent film studio in Culver City back in 1921. Designed by an art director named Harry Oliver, it originally housed the Willat Studios' offices and dressing rooms. When the silent film era gave way to the talkies, it sat empty for years.
Finally, in 1934 it was moved to its present location in Beverly Hills by the Spadena Family. In 1998 it was lovingly restored by a local real estate agent named Michael Libow.
I wonder if they get a lot of kids coming through on Halloween?