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.
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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