BEVERLY HILLS—The Greenway Drive home of late actress Ann Rutherford, known primarily for her role in “Gone with the Wind” as Carreen O’Hara, has been listed for sale.
According to Variety, the French Revival-style Beverly Hills mansion is available with an asking price of $39.9 million. The Westside Estate Agency is co-listing the house with Hilton & Hyland.
Though now known as The Rutherford House, the mansion was built in 1938 for real estate developer and Beverly Hills Mayor Edward Paul Dentzel. It was later purchased by Rutherford and her second husband William Dozier, creator of the 1960s “Batman” television series.
Rutherford died in June 2012 due to heart problems and the home was sold in 2013 to Mark Cohen, owner of Cohen Financial Group, and his wife Laurie for $7.55 million. The Cohens renovated the home which consists of 10,500-square-feet of living space including, 5 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a library, a swimming pool, and staff lodgings. The listing agent for the home is Kurt Rappaport.
In addition to her role in “Gone with the Wind,” Rutherford starred in the long-running Andy Hardy film series as Polly Benedict, the on-again-off-again love interest of leading man Mickey Rooney. She also appeared in the films “Pride and Prejudice,” “Wyoming,” “Murder in the Music Hall” and the 1947 film “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.