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    • Rick Murphy

      The Beverly Hillbillies Mansion, next door to the Drysdales -- in back is the CEMENT POND

    • Nat Ellena

      The Beverly Hillbillies - The actual mansion used for filming the show is located not in Beverly Hills, but in the adjacent enclave of Bel Air. The hulking 21,523 sq. ft. house, built in the style of a baronial French chateau, has an interesting history. As the story goes, a wealthy developer built the house in the 1930s as a surprise gift for his wife.

    • Lisa Trenner

      One of the most beautiful homes in the country. The famed Kirkeby Estate in Bel Air once home of the Beverly Hillbillies.

    • Deals Haven

      The most beautiful house in California.. #GrandMansions #LuxuryHomes

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