This exquisite 1930s traditional in Los Feliz, designed by renowned architect Wallace Neff, often considered the pioneer of the California style home, has been beautifully preserved and updated, offering contemporary elegance and luxurious details with breathtaking city views.
Perched high above the street on a one-third acre promontory and tucked behind private gates, the home is surrounded by mature trees and manicured hedges, with a meandering brick pathway leading to a commanding front entry. Dark wood floors, leaded glass windows, and wood paneled ceilings enhance the open living room, which features a sitting area and wet bar and flows into a gourmet chef’s kitchen, complete with a marble slab breakfast bar and access to an outdoor dining area. An adjacent formal dining room is a model of sophistication, with hand-cut marble flooring and French doors that open to stunning Downtown views. An en-suite guest room is ideal for staff quarters.
Refined wood details are incorporated throughout the upper level, with a large den featuring exposed wood beams and a massive fireplace. The master suite, which offers skyline views, includes a showroom closet and opulent bathroom with marble herringbone floors, a stand-alone tub and steam shower for two, while an additional en-suite guest room boasts a well-appointed bathroom and direct backyard access.
French doors off the main hallway lead to a large, covered terrace situated toward panoramic views of the city skyline. Generous outdoor entertaining areas include a sprawling front terrace, tiered backyard with a pool and spa, kitchen and fire pit, grassy lawns, and multiple lounge areas with tall hedges for privacy and seclusion. With incredible city views and ample grounds to roam, this property is an enchanting hideaway in one of L.A.’s most desirable enclaves.