Palm Springs Movie Colony house, once home to Dinah Shore, sells for $1.5 million

(The Agency)

A house in the Palm Springs Movie Colony that was once home to Dinah Shore and her then husband, actor George Montgomery, recently sold for $1.585 million.

(The Agency)

The residence, not to be confused by another estate once owned by Dinah Shore that is currently owned by Leonardo DiCaprio, was originally built in 1952, but was recently renovated, according to the LA Times. The 2,594-square-foot pad has four bedrooms, three baths, a formal dining room, swimming pool, and an outdoor shower. It sits on a third-acre in Palm Springs and sits behind a wall and gates.

(The Agency)

No word on who purchased the property, but Marc Sanders of the Agency was the listing agent and Michele Shuman of Keller Williams represented the buyer.

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