There's No Place Like Judy Garland's Home: Step Inside Her $11.5 Million Bel Air Mansion

If you're looking for a spot to put your ruby slippers, the former estate of the late Judy Garland was listed for $11,495,000. See photos of the place the Wizard of Oz star once called home.

By Elyse Dupre Mar 18, 2024 3:10 PMTags
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You're definitely not in Kansas anymore.

In fact, you could be living at the Los Angeles estate once owned by the late Judy Garland

Somewhere over the rainbow—er, in Bel Air—the recently listed residence is just over 5,500 square feet and sits on nearly 2.7 acres. And as you enter the property, you may find yourself thinking there's no place like home.

"Enter through the circular, gated driveway over the creek into a world of refined elegance beginning with the grand, iron staircase as the focal point of the formal entry," the listing reads. "Enriched hardwood floors lined with custom Seagrass rugs are met with monochromatic, molded walls spanning between each storybook window creating a seamless harmony between the living spaces."

While the home was built in 1938—just one year before fans watched Garland star as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz—it still features several modern elements. For instance, the listing notes the "primary retreat exudes refined opulence, unveiling raised ceilings, fireplace, dual walk-in closets, and lavish en-suite"—with each of the five bedrooms having their own bathroom.

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And the kitchen could turn anyone—Wicked Witch of the West or not—green with envy. 

"The chef's kitchen is a nod to modern luxury and convenience offering top of the line appliances and expansive marble island," the listing states, "in addition to the sun-drenched breakfast nook providing harmonious access to the backyard."

While the outdoor oasis doesn't include a yellow-brick road, it does feature a red-brick patio that leads to grassy areas, a pool and pool house and writer's cottage. 

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Garland lived in the mansion until 1941, according to Architectural Digest. And if you're wondering what it would take to make this home—listed by Million Dollar Listing Los AngelesJosh Flagg—your own, think less brains, heart and courage and more like $11,495,000.

And if you want to see photos of the house for yourself, no need to click your heels three times. Just keep on reading…


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