Two sons of late New York stage and TV actress, Bijou Durden, have listed their home for $3.35 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Film producer Bruce Cohn Curtis and Washington, D.C., club owner Tom Curtis are the owners of the classic 1927 European Villa, located in the Beverly Hills Post Office-area.

The 3,176-square-foot home was renovated with vintage light fixtures, moldings and shutters, according to the listing.

The home has a luxurious master suite with a balcony that has city view, three upstairs bedrooms, another bedroom at the swimming pool level, a den and four bathrooms.

Durden, who died in 2009, owned the house for nearly 50 years. This is the first time the property has been listed for sale.

However, during Durden's ownership, the home was often leased out to celebrities like Elizabeth Hurley, actress and model, Christopher Lambert, actor, and Sarah Brightman, singer-actress.

The listing agents for the house are Paul Czako and Gregory Yeardye of Gussman Czako Estates.