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Walt Disney Woking Way Residence In Los Feliz

4053 Woking Way
Los Angeles, CA 90027

4 BR, 5 BA
$3,650,000

Walt Disney and his wife Lillian built this 4 bedroom, 5 bath home in 1932 and lived here until 1950. The historic Los Feliz residence is sited on a lovely double lot–over one acre in total.

A gated, private driveway leads to the stunning 6,388 square foot French Normandy home. The double-story living room features vaulted beamed ceilings, original stained leaded glass and a Juliet balcony.

There are beautiful painted, wood beamed ceilings in the dining room. The home also includes a library/study, media room, breakfast area, and more.

There are 4 light-filled bedrooms with built-ins, some with hardwood floors.

The projection and screening room was built by the studios for Walt Disney to watch dailies of films of the period, like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Fantasia, Bambi, and for the family to enjoy private screenings.

The home features a billiard room, sleeping porch, 2 speakeasies, and an original playhouse, as seen in the documentary, The Man Behind the Myth.

There are numerous patio areas, lush greenery, winding paths and a lovely swimmers pool.

Plus, breathtaking downtown views! This home is a true piece history from Hollywood royalty. If you’d like to see it in person, email me or give me a call at 323-775-6305!

More info and photos of 4053 Woking Way.

Listing courtesy of Patricia Ruben, Sotheby’s International Realty-Los Feliz.

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2 Responses to “Walt Disney Woking Way Residence In Los Feliz”

  1. [...] are from modern day but it is great to imagine how it looked when Walt and his family lived there. 4053 Woking Way In Los Feliz | Take Sunset Reply With [...]

  2. It looks like it has such great bones… and maintains that storybook appeal, too. Love the history behind it. What a find!


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