The property, which has painted and vaulted-beam ceilings, stained glass, a grand entrance and the original movie-screening room, has been extremely well preserved. Disney’s daughter, Diane, recently told the home’s listing agent, Patricia Ruben of Sotheby’s International Realty-Los Feliz, that Disney projectionists would enter the screening room through a side door off the driveway, where they would wash their hands in a sink that was hidden behind a paneled door. The undersized sink is still there, along with a small bar.
Diane said she would watch newly released films in the movie room, a special childhood memory, and remembered a dollhouse delivered one Christmas morning, reportedly built by a Disney studio contractor to match the house. (The dollhouse is still there.)