This palatial Italian-Revival-style estate built in 1925 by renowned architect Gordon Kaufmann is a crown jewel amidst a row of jems. 15,000 square feet of expertly detailed architecture on 1.5 acres landscaped for privacy and beauty. The place feels expansive with room to relax inside and out. Guests are greeted by a long stone driveway and grand entry with an old world solid wood front door.
Replete with a two story banquet hall, formal dining room with coffered ceilings, stone fireplaces, two story kitchen, master wing with dressing rooms, double baths, a paneled library, stenciled ceilings, guest quarters, recording studio, and gym.
In 2000, the owners bought the house next door, demolished it and added the lot to their property; it holds gardens, vast lawns, and a pool now. The estate is on everyone's hot list and has been featured in LA Times and Curbed.
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