Information deemed reliable at this time but not guaranteed.
Please, no. purses or bags, wallets only.
Cash is preferred; local checks will be accepted with identification.
Not responsible for accidents.
The home was once owned by Max Factor and then by Earle B. Adams, hairdresser to the stars! It is very full of fun, funky, and fabulous: baby grand piano, chandeliers, candelabras, 100's of pieces of Dorothy Thorpe dinner and glassware, artwork, silver, Lalique plates, Royal Danish flatware, clocks, antiques and one of a kind furnishings, statutory, wrought iron furniture, vintage clothing and shoes and jewelry and much more.
Set designers welcome!!