I Want This House! LA Landmark for $2.95M
Los Angeles has many historic homes and this one on Alta Vista Drive is a beautiful example of the Spanish-influenced design seen around the city. Octavius Morgan, the architect of the Wiltern and El Capitan Theatre's and Adamson House in Malibu, built this home in 1929 as his private residence. At over 4,000-square feet, it features a pool, an outdoor living room with fireplace and exposed beam ceilings throughout. The modern kitchen, library and 7-car garage are some of the other great features of this California Registered Historic Landmark.
A great property for living and entertaining, the house is also conveniently situated on the border of Miracle Mile and Beverly Grove, and is in walking distance of many premium shops at The Grove and the restaurants and shops on Beverly Boulevard and 3rd Street.
Yes, these are tough economic times, but whomever can afford this place will be getting a beautiful home full of charm and history in a walkable neighborhood.
This 4-bedroom, 4075-square-foot house is currently listed at $2,950,000.
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