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Ronald Reagan & Jane Wyman’s L.A. Home!

Usually thought of first as a Hollywood actor and then as the 40th President of the United States, if the truth be told, Ronald Reagan always gravitated more to politics than to acting.  He loved both and managed to combine them in many instances, such as his six years as president of the Screen Actors Guild. It was Reagan’s time-consuming political activity which ultimately resulted in his first wife, actress Jane Wyman, filing for divorce in 1948.  But when the marriage was still going strong, he and Jane lived in this Georgian Colonial Revival-style home designed by starchitect Paul Williams. When the Reagan-Wyman divorce was final in 1949, the house was deeded to Wyman, who lived there until 1954. The home is now for sale at $6.75 million.

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