Originally built in 1927 by architect John Williams Chard, this landmark Los Feliz residence melds modern living within a classic Mediterranean environment. Located in the coveted north of Los Feliz Boulevard neighborhood the residence’s shallow landscaped front yard gives way to a private and spacious entertaining courtya
This exposed wooden beamed peristyle has colonnades on two sides and leads to the wooden arched entry door.
Through the front door, an inspired step down living room features an oversized fireplace, 17′ beamed vaulted ceilings, with warm library/media room adjacent.
The formal dining room with coved ceiling is drenched in natural light and looks out to the courtyard.
The relaxed Chef’s kitchen includes all white cabinetry, dark soap stone counters, top of the line stainless steel appliances and views to the pool.
Directly adjacent to the kitchen is the breakfast nook with access to the patio and lawn.
This bright and inviting home offers 4,270 square feet of interior space, 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The gracious Master retreat with separate sitting area/office features perfectly framed views of the LA Downtown City skyline.
Two more bedrooms are located upstairs with a shared hallway bathroom. A fourth bedroom suite with separate entrance is ideal for guests, gym or home office.
A grape vine covered pergola is perfect for a shaded afternoon meal or entertaining in the evening.
The flat grassy yard is complete with a swimmers pool, spa and bocce ball court. This landmark Los Feliz home has it all–views, location, privacy, and charm. It’s close to the Griffith Park hiking trails and the restaurants and shops of Los Feliz. It will most likely go quickly!
Listing courtesy of Jacqueline Tager, Sotheby’s International Realty