Taylor Swift Wants Her House To Be Turned Into A Historic Landmark

Pop princess Taylor Swift wants her $25 million Hollywood home declared a historical landmark, not only because it's where she calls home, but because it was also previously owned by Hollywood icon Samuel Goldwyn. 

The Cultural Heritage Commission aims to investigate the domicile to see if they'll deem the six-bedroom, five-bath, 10,982-square-foot deserving of designation.

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The Samuel Goldwyn Estate was built in 1934, based on designs from architect Douglas Honnold. The estate also features a movie theater, gym, library, pool, and pool house.

Swift's contractors are supposedly working hard to restore as many original features of the estate as possible. Architect Monique Schenk said, "Really when this project's done, hopefully this year sometime soon, it's going to be really spectacular." She added, "We've preserved and maintained a lot of the elements and those that were deteriorating, we've replicated."

When Goldwyn owned the home, he hosted Hollywood's elite, including Charlie Chaplin and Clark Gable.

This is only one of four of Swift's homes, with others in Nashville, New York City, and a beach house in Rhode Island.

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[H/T Us Weekly]