Taylor Swift wants her Beverly Hills estate to turn a landmark

Taylor Swift’s Beverly Hills palace could shortly strech landmark status.

The “Bad Blood” thespian is requesting her $25 million estate — once owned by studio conduct Samuel Goldwyn as a ancestral landmark by a Cultural Heritage Commission, the Beverly Hills Courier reports.

Samuel Goldwyn’s estate was purchased by Swift in 2015 and boasts 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a library, label room, museum and even servants buliding above a garage, according to a Courier.

Swift is anticipating a skill will be recorded in a ancestral state if it is named as a landmark.

Taylor Swift is perplexing to landmark her million dollar Beverly Hills estate, that was once owned by Samuel Goldwyn.

Taylor Swift is perplexing to landmark her million dollar Beverly Hills estate, that was once owned by Samuel Goldwyn.

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The skill — one of Swift’s many homes — is located during 1200 Laurel Lane.

Goldwyn consecrated a skill in 1934 from designer Douglas Honnold.

The Cultural Heritage Commission will examination a ask on Wednesday.

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