627 South Hudson Avenue In Hancock Park

627 South Hudson Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90005

5 BR, 6 BA

This newly listed Southern Colonial garden estate in Hancock Park was built in 1929 by architect Roland Coate. The incredible grounds were designed by renowned landscape architect and community developer, A.E. Hanson, whose notable projects included the Harold Lloyd Estate, known as Greenacres, and Hidden Hills, a gated development in the San Fernando Valley.

This Hancock Park residence has been published in C Magazine and the gardens were documented by the Smithsonian Institute.

The 6,855 square foot estate features a large dining room with views onto the yard.

The 5-bedroom, 6-bath home offers hardwood and marble floors, 3 fireplaces, a walnut-paneled library and den. The master suite includes a fireplace and dual baths.

The residence is sited on nearly a half-acre lot with spectacular gardens and patios.

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Listing courtesy of Drew Fenton, Hilton & Hyland and Lisa Hutchins, Coldwell Banker-HP North.

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One Response to “627 South Hudson Avenue In Hancock Park”

  1. Marie Seyrat says:


    Is it possible to rent this estate for an event (wedding) ?
    Thank you very much !

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