Hollywood legend Cary Grant passed away in 1986, but thanks to his classic films, like Charade, Bringing Up Baby, and His Girl Friday, his memory lives on forever.
As one of the wealthiest stars in Hollywood, Grant is also remembered by many for his penchant for a lavish lifestyle. He owned properties in Malibu, Beverly Hills, Palm Springs, and Santa Monica, and each of them seemed more luxurious than the other.
In the years following his death, the public were able to get a glimpse of the luxurious interiors of some of Grant's homes as they were one by one put up for sale.
Now, his beachfront home in Santa Monica is back on the market, and you can take a peek inside the unique French Normandy-style property.
The house was built in 1930 for silent film actress Norma Talmadge, but it was eventually sold to businessman Howard Hughes and later to actor Brian Aherne before Grant and his friend Randolph Scott took ownership.
Rumor has it that in addition to Grant and his ex-wife Barbara Hutton, numerous celebrities, including George Gershwin, Princess Grace of Monaco, Irvin Berlin and Sharon Tate, stayed at the $12 million home.