It’s easy to imagine the posh parties that might have taken place at the home of American singer-songwriter Bobby Darin and Golden Globe–winning actress Sandra Dee. The eye-catching Hollywood Hills residence was built in 1955 by William Krisel and features an entertainer’s layout capped by a butterfly roof. The current owner, hotelier Jason Pomeranc, tapped the late designer Jim Walrod to restore the home about a decade ago.
Pomeranc, who is behind the SIXTY Collective of boutique hotels in Los Angeles and New York City, describes the resulting home as “a mystical attunement to the past” in a 2010 interview with Architectural Digest. The home now embodies “the aspirational expression of the California dream,” he said. “It’s the kind of house that you feel comfortable in by yourself or entertaining a hundred people.” Pomeranc is now offering the home fully furnished at $33,500 per month. Scroll ahead to see more.