This Italian Renaissance mansion is one of the most distinctive -- and most storied -- homes in Bel-Air. This curved 180-foot-long mansion, designed by famed architect Wallace Neff, stands on a knoll well back from Bellagio Road, east of Stone Canyon and overlooks the Bel-Air Country Club on the other side of the street. The main rooms open onto expansive terraces, and majestic staircases lead down to the pool and gardens.
Built by tough guy Hollywood mogul Sol Worzel in the early 1930s, the estate had a succession of celebrity residents in the 1950s and 1960s: Prince Rainier of Monaco who lived there when he was courting Grace Kelly prior to their 1956 marriage, Howard Hughes, and Elvis Presley. Today, this estate is one of the most prized residences in Old Bel-Air.