The John G. Bullock House, 1906 | Hancock Park
The John G. Bullock House : Hunt & Eager, Architects. Landmark Award Winner, Hancock Park Historical Society. Originally the William Lacy residence at the corner of Wilshire and Vermont, the grand tudor was moved in 1925 to it’s current location in Windsor Square. Sumner Hunt (alone and with Eager) designed the Southwest Museum, the Wilshire Ebell and the Automobile Club of Southern California and is also the architect of record for the iconic Bradbury building. This historically rich residence, home to two of the city’s most successful early twentieth century businessmen, has been lovingly and meticulously restored by the current custodian. Included in the offering are a detached guest house, pool + spa and cabana. Well appointed and fully equipped gourmet kitchen, entry hall and large scale library, living, formal dining, two laundry rooms and breakfast room. Fully gated with four car garage, mature trees, floral gardens, koi pond, and numerous open and covered patios and balconies. A regal and stately manor poised for the new century.