Curbed L.A. reports that the former Bekins-Lane Mansion, an approximately 6,000-square-foot Tudor-style home that sits on Eagle Rock’s Hill Drive, has gone on the market at an asking price of $5.99 million. The house, built in 1927 by the founder of the Bekins moving company, sits on 3-1/2 acres that includes three guest houses, a free-standing bistro, pool and parking for more than 40 cars, according to the Redfin. The property is now known as Chateau Emanuel and has served as the home of the Kvassay family. In a presentation last year before the Eagle Rock Valley Historical Society, Robert Kvassay, whose parents purchased the property in 1965, provided another eye-opening statistic about the family estate: a recent DWP bill cost $3,700.
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