Charles W. Dunning Residence, Robert D. Jones c. 1926

Grand Mediterranean villa bordering Griffith Park, found on a single of the most storied streets in the Oaks. The four bedroom, five tub residence in 3430 sq. ft. is at this time (March 2015) on the market detailed for sale for $three.2M and explained in the listing as ” Past an impressive fa├žade resides a imaginative enclave, with inspiring sights of towering pines, Griffith Observatory and metropolis lights, and first facts from the 1920’s evoking an artist’s soul. Choose updates including a bespoke and hand-crafted kitchen area alongside with an expanded Master suite with around-sized closet and tub. The principal flooring maintains round flow with impressive entry, official eating area, significant den, dwelling area, and separate review. Upstairs includes four bedrooms, every occupying its possess corner of the residence to increase privateness and sights. Terraced and lush on a avenue-to-avenue good deal, the grounds are intended to be liked with a citrus orchard, a swimmer’s pool, and 500 sf detached guest residence with separate obtain (not integrated in sq ftg). Genuinely for the imaginative class, this is a unusual chance to possess a generational dwelling in a highly sought immediately after locale”.

Posted by Michael Locke on 2015-03-24 23:00:52

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