Fanciful pink Burbank house once owned by The Go-Gos guitarist lists for $1.8M
A turret, a vineyard and an outdoor pizza oven
This article was originally published on Curbed LA
751 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE, BURBANK | 751CountryClubDrive.com
Once owned by The Go-Gos guitarist Jane Wiedlin, this pink villa built in 1928 sits on 1.5 acres in northern Burbank.
Coming in at four bedrooms, the house has high, beamed ceilings, wood floors, and three fireplaces.
A turret makes an appearance in the living room, where there’s a seating area. In the dining room, there’s a built-in buffet that is original to the house. The turret shows up again in the master bedroom, where its windows let in light. The master bedroom has its own fireplace, dual closets, and a sitting room.
The grounds include a lily pond, a vineyard, a solar-heated pool, an outdoor kitchen with barbecue and pizza oven, and an outdoor shower.
Public records show the rosy estate last sold in 2015 for $1.84 million. It’s now listed for $1.799 million.
Listed by: Gretchen Palmer CalBRE #01707834