The Pickfair House by Wallace Neff | Demolished

The Pickfair House by Wallace Neff, built in the 1920’s | 1143 Summit Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 | Demolished in 1990

The Pickfair House by architect Wallace Neff, built in the 1920s. Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks bought an old hunting lodge in 1919. With the help of Wallace Neff, they transformed into a Tudor palace. Mary Pickfair lived in the home until she passed away in 1979. It traded hands and one owner, Pia Zadora, ultimately demolished the home in 1990. It was rumored that home was haunted. Pia said “You can deal with termites, and you can deal with plumbing issues, but you can’t deal with the supernatural.”

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