Above: The long narrow playroom
at Brentwood. (1931)
Above: Time for din-din. The Brentwood dining room. (1931)
Above/Below: The Brentwood floor plans published in 1931.
Above: In 1931 this was a very quant little guest room but it would eventually turn into a nursery.
Above: Brentwood circa 1930.
Above: Brentwood circa 1935.
Above: Brentwood circa 1940.
Above: A regal looking
dining alcove. (1944)
Above: Living Room in 1944.
Nice sofa Joan!
Above: A very colorful den. (1944)
Above: In 1944, this was
Phillip Terry's room.
Above: Christina's bedroom. (1944)
Above: A heavily decorated hallway.(1948)
Above: The theater room.
The colors are brutal. (1948)
Above: A relaxation room. (1948)
Above: The sitting room. (1948)
Above: The playroom/den. (1948)
Above: Joan's bedroom.(1950)
Above: Check out the lamps in this modern looking den.
Above: A great collection of
Above: This amazing sterling silver
set would be worth a small
fortune today. (1950)
Above: A shrine to display the
beloved Oscar for Joan's role in
What would have happened if she
would have won the other two
Oscar's she was nominated for? (1950)
Above & Below: 426 N.Bristol Ave. in December 2005.
Above: The renovations to the exterior of the Brentwood home are complete as of February 2007.