Beverly Hills estate which appeared in The Godfather snapped up by 'homeless billionaire'

Beverly Hills estate which appeared in The Godfather snapped up by 'homeless billionaire'

Hearst estate in Beverly Hills which appeared in The Godfather and a Beyoncé music video is snapped up by 'homeless billionaire' real estate investor for $63.1 million at bankruptcy auction - Nicolas Berggruen, 60, whose net worth is $1.7billion, paid $63.1million at auction for Beverly House - Beverly Hills estate once owned by publisher William Randolph Hearst frequently appeared in pop culture - In 1953, John F. Kennedy and his new wife, Jacqueline Bouvier, honeymooned there after their wedding - Home was also used to film the famous 'severed horse's head' scene from hit 1972 classic The Godfather - The Kevin Costner-Whitney Houston romantic film The Bodyguard and Beyoncé music video also filmed there - Berggruen offered the winning bid at a competitive auction at Los Angeles federal court on …
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