Late actress Glenne Headley’s 1920s Spanish home lists for $2.8 million

By Jack Flemming

The Hollywood Hills West home of late actress Glenne Headley, known for her film roles in “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” and “Dick Tracy,” has come on the market for $2.795 million.

Shaded by a Chinese elm and surrounded by lush landscaping, the 3,077-square-foot home is approached through a walled courtyard with a pond. Originally built in 1923, the four-bedroom residence was remodeled in 2003 using ecologically-friendly building materials.

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