Merv Griffin’s Former Moroccon-Inspired Equestrian Compound Just Sold

The 39-acre estate is where Griffin raised Arabian and thoroughbred horses, reports the LA Times.

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The estate is where Griffin raised Arabian and thoroughbred horses, reports the LA Times. The compound covers 39 acres of land that includes a 5,000-square-foot Moroccan-style home, four casitas, three one-bedroom staff quarters and a one-bedroom apartment.
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The main home and surrounding cottages were designed by noted Cuban architect Waldo Fernandez using Yves St. Laurent's Marrakesh home for design inspiration.
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Palm trees tower over the home's private pool.
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The enormous living space allows for dining and entertaining and allows light in from the skylight.
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The main house has six bedrooms.
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An outdoor dining area has a fireplace.
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The indoor, formal dining room is splashed with colorful lights from the chandelier.
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The property includes four casitas.
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The listing describes the home as a "private oasis within a walled and gated compound."
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A look at the private 2.5-acre fishing lagoon and infinity pool, overseen by a penguin statue.
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A man-made stream runs down the stairs to the pool area.
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On the lake you'll find a private dining dock accessible by large swan boat (or walkway).
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The compound includes a racetrack and sixteen-stall stable.
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