Beverly Hills, designed for comic actor Groucho Marx by architect Wallace Neff is listed for sale in Los Angeles. The house designed in 1956, though has been updated and redesigned, but the house still preserves architect Neff’s footprint. The single story house features five bedrooms and six bathrooms in an area of 6,000 square feet. The interiors are furnished with the wooden and glass walls and terrazzo and walnut flooring. The outdoor array includes amusing pool, a spa, a waterfall, an outdoor dining area, patio and a fire place. The house has its entry through a landscaped motor court with a central fountain and enjoys the city center and canyon views. The house of the comedian actor is listed for $12.9 million.