The Best, Most Gorgeous Homes Of Hollywood’s Legends


Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters is not a title easy to achieve, but Faye Dunaway did it. She was made an officer by the French Government in 2011 for her contributions to the film industry. Her career began in the 1960s on Broadway. Her big-screen debut came when she starred in The Happening in 1967. Her credit score kept rising as her popularity did. After her first film, she took on the role of Bonnie Parker in the portrayal of Bonnie and Clyde.

She once lived in a magnificent West Hollywood property, built back in 1925. It sold for $1.45 million. The Spanish-style duplex was remodeled again, now this 2437-square-foot mansion has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms and updated kitchens. What’s more, inside the large unit, living room and master suite are equipped with fireplaces.