Webber and Spaulding, architects, circa 1928. Located in prime Los Feliz, this sprawling classic Colonial Estate, shrouded behind gates and hidden from the street for complete privacy, was designed to encompass a massive character home plus huge flat yard, accented with sweeping panoramic views of the mountains and the city lights. Sunken lush courtyard entry leads to grand main front hall; opening to sunny living room with fireplace, formal dining room, library and first floor bedroom suite; with all rooms opening to the huge yard with original oversized French doors. Culinary kitchen with island and stainless appliances features breakfast area and direct access to back yard; with outdoor fireplace, pool, spa and grassy yard with gourmet outdoor kitchen and semi-covered dining patio. Upstairs are 6 bedrooms plus office; all connected by a wide dramatic arched hallway including an exquisite primary suite with private balcony, updated bath and sweeping views. Massive family room with fireplace on lower floor opens to a separate section of the yard. Countless original details include built-ins, hardwood floors, classic moldings, original dumbwaiter, plaster walls and double staircases. Tons of storage in the full walk through basement and oenophile's temp-controlled wine cellar. Huge driveway plus to massive 3-car garage with direct access. Extraordinary and truly original elevated living.
Area & Lot
City Lights, Mountains, Canyon, Golf Course
Patio, Den, Living Room, Library
Garage - 3 Car, Driveway - Concrete, Direct Entrance
Other Exterior Features
Over the course of his career, Konstantine has built a strong global portfolio of high net-worth clientele, having sold over $1 billion in real estate, with an emphasis on historically and architecturally significant estates in Beachwood Canyon, Bronson Canyon and Los Feliz. Contact him today!