The imprisoned producer is reportedly selling the 1920s chateau to satisfy a divorce settlement with his third wife.
That ends one of the longest cold snaps in Los Angeles history.
The butterflies are feasting on plants as they travel north from Mexico.
They include a unique tea cart designed by Rudolph Schindler.
That’s the highest level in a decade.
The 1960s home was designed by architect James Pulliam.
Rents are expected to average about $2,360 a month, but the builders say "we provide a lot more than you’d receive in a traditional apartment."
Overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir, the well-preserved home features clerestory windows, built-in furniture, lots of greenery, and lovely views.
It’s the second project in less than six months to qualify for a CEQA exemption.
Built in 1903, the four-bedroom residence also features beautiful stained glass windows.