155 S. Plymouth Blvd | Los
Constructed in 1922, this classic Windsor Square traditional residence was designed by architect Sumner Spaulding who, along with John Rex, was responsible for the blueprints of Case Study House No. 2 located in Arcadia. Spaulding was known for the structures he designed at Pomona College, one of the prestigious Claremont Colleges, as well as many private country estates in the Pasadena and Beverly Hills areas.
The home has undergone the most thoughtful restoration and lends itself to Southern California living while integrating East Coast sensibilities. The house utilizes a classic floor plan with formal living and dining rooms along with gourmet kitchen, family room and maids quarters occupying the first story. The public spaces are generous, defined by character and style, and benefit from an abundance of natural light. Folding French doors in the family room allow for effortless indoor/outdoor movement and views of the pool, outdoor dining area and guest house. The second story is comprised of private spaces and a multi-purpose room ideal for a library, sitting room or child’s play room. An opulent master suite with large walk-in closet and three guest bedrooms, two of which are en suite, encompass ample space and perfect scale. Additional benefits of the property’s location include the 3rd Street Elementary school district and walking distance to the Larchmont Village. This graciously proportioned and well-appointed stately home is one of the areas most unique and special offerings. Authentic elegance and sophisticated style along with meticulous attention to detail make this residence a livable piece of artwork. And much like the aim of the design of Case Study House No. 2, this property is “an expansive, well-organized space oriented to a relaxed family living and entertaining as well as ease of household management.”