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A Hillsborough mansion once owned by Randolph Hearst, heir to media magnate William Randolph Hearst, is selling for $13.5 million.

A Hillsborough, Calif. mansion once owned by Randolph Hearst is for sale. (Open Homes Photography)
A Hillsborough, Calif. mansion once owned by Randolph Hearst is for sale. (Open Homes Photography)

The 9,856-square-foot Georgian-style house was built in 1914 and has eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It also features au pair quarters, a patio with two large pergolas and a pool, among many other amenities.

A Hillsborough, Calif. mansion once owned by Randolph Hearst is for sale. (Open Homes Photography)
A Hillsborough, Calif. mansion once owned by Randolph Hearst is for sale. (Open Homes Photography)

The home is being sold by Adrian and Penny Bellamy. Adrian Bellamy served as board chairman of Gucci and later The Body Shop.

A Hillsborough, Calif. mansion once owned by Randolph Hearst is for sale. (Open Homes Photography)

Alicia Sanguinetti and Andrew Greenman with Compass are the listing agents.

Randolph Hearst, the eldest son of media mogul William Randolph Hearst, became publisher of the San Francisco Examiner in 1928 and later served as vice president of the Hearst Corporation.

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