Inside Ernest Borgnine’s Beverly Hills Mansion

The late Ernest Borgnine's Beverly Hills pad has hit the market for $3.395 million, reports Curbed. The actor, who passed away in July 2012 at the age of 95, lived in this country English-style estate for six decades. The posh property features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a swimming pool, and bragging rights to being located in the highly desirable Beverly Hills Post Office. Click through to take a tour of the late actor's long-time abode.

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<a href="http://la.curbed.com/archives/2012/09/ernest_borgnines_beverly_crest_estate_listed_for_3395_million.php" target="_blank">The late Ernest Borgnine's Beverly Hills pad has hit the market for $3.395 million, reports Curbed</a>. The actor, who passed away in July 2012 at the age of 95, lived in this country English-style estate for six decades. The posh property features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a swimming pool, and bragging rights to being located in the highly desirable Beverly Hills Post Office. Click through to take a tour of the late actor's long-time abode.
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A view of the late actor's swimming pool and brick patio. The property sits on a little over one acre and is located on a private cul-de-sac above Mulholland Drive.
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Enter Borgnine's former home and you're greeted with this elegant curved staircase, which leads up to the second floor where the private living quarters are located.
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This room is certainly dripping with character, just like the popular actor himself. This wooden room features wood floors, views of the patio and garden, and a wet bar on the far side of the room.
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The property boasts a huge front courtyard, spacious enough to hold up to 10 cars.
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A view of the formal living room, which features access to the pool and patio area and a fireplace.
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The den seems to still host the late actor's memorabilia and awards. Did you know that Borgnine served as the original voice of Mermaid Man on SpongeBob SquarePants from 1999-2012?
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Some actors hoist televisions above their mantel, others display photographs. The late actor chose a portrait of Abe Lincoln.
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A view of the dining room, which features a tree motif. Even the handles and backrests of the chairs look like branches.
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The eclectic home boasts flower decorated tile work in the kitchen. The spread was originally designed in 1938 by architect LG Scherer, reports Curbed.
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A view of the late actor's gorgeous wood-paneled home office. While some wood offices are dark and tucked away, this one is bright and cheerful. Don't forget to take a peek at the painted ceiling.
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There's a patio that overlooks the pristine swimming pool.
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While there are no shots of the private living quarters, the Beverly Hills Post Office house features a total of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms and over 6,148 square feet of interior living space.
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The one bedroom guest house on the property includes a living room and a kitchen.
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Here's a peek inside the unusually decorated detached guest house.
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