When former movie-producer-turned-restaurateur Ash Shah bought the home of billionaire movie mogul Howard Hughes, he transformed it into a spectacular eclectic space fit for a growing family. Hughes lived in the Spanish colonial home for a decade, in which time he produced two of his most iconic films: Hell’s Angels and Scarface. Located in Hancock Park, Los Angeles, the $6.3 million home is bursting with iconic midcentury designer furniture and lighting handpicked by Los Angeles–based interior designer Laura Adams. Scroll down to see more of this home through photos by Trevor Tondro for The New York Times.
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