Exuding period charm and warm, contemporary appeal, this 1920s compound has been stunningly restored and reimagined with a contemporary, chic twist on French Country design by renowned design firm Berchtold Harris. Showcasing generous public rooms, refined design flourishes and a seamless indoor-outdoor flow, the home offers 3,300 square feet of living space spread between two standalone structures and joined by a serene central courtyard.\r\n\r\nBeyond a grassy front yard studded with palm trees, doors open to a voluminous living room replete with wide-plank white oak floors, 12-foot ceilings, arch-topped windows, and a marble fireplace. Reclaimed wood accents, including a sliding barn door and 19th-century French doors, lend warmth and ambiance to the living spaces, opening to outdoor patios, lush with greenery and primed for year-round entertaining. An exceptional chef’s kitchen boasts Carrara marble counters, an eat-in bar, and Wolf appliances. Three bedrooms complete the front house, including a light-filled master suite lined with French doors to the backyard and an elegant ensuite bathroom with herringbone marble floors and a soaking tub. Situated on the opposite side of the courtyard, crowned by an imported olive tree, a two-story guest house features soaring ceilings, a full Carrara marble kitchen, and living room. The second level holds two bedrooms, one with French doors to a private rooftop deck. \r\n\r\nLocated in the heart of Los Angeles, moments to top restaurants, shops, museums and entertainment, this home is a hidden oasis, perfectly suited to California living and entertaining.