She lived here (the home had been in her family since 1913) until she died in 2003. A year later it was sold for $6 million, to Frank Sciame, a construction builder owner. He and his wife originally intended to sell it as soon as it was renovated but fell in love with it and for the last eight years they've called it home (in the summer).
Notice the book about Ms Hepburn on the coffee table? Subtle.
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If I'm honest, it's far too white and bland for me but some dark furniture and decor could sort that out in a twinkling for me!