A traditional-style house that once belonged to comedic actor Groucho Marx is on sale again, this time for $ 4.2 million.

Marx bought the house in 1946, the same year he filmed A Night in Casablanca, and sold it a few years later. It has rebounded a lot since then, trading hands six times over the past three decades and most recently selling in 2017 for $ 3.81 million.

Built in 1935, the two-story estate combines modern styles with sleek living spaces reminiscent of old Hollywood. Herringbone wood covers the two-story foyer, and other highlights include a formal living room with ornate crown moldings and a center island kitchen with leaded glass windows.

Four bedrooms and 4.5 baths complete the 3,700 square foot floor plan, including a master suite that extends to a writer’s corner and a private balcony. Bright colors and eye-catching wallpapers accent the other rooms.

To the rear, French doors open onto a leafy courtyard with a brick patio, pool and spa. To the side there is a steam shower and a sauna.

Jason Woodruff of Keller Williams Hollywood Hills owns the list.

Marx, who died in 1977 at age 86, starred in 13 films with the Marx Brothers, his family comedy group. His credit scores include “Duck Soup,” “Animal Crackers” and “You Bet Your Life” on television in the 1950s.

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