I am not normally a fan of Tudor style architecture because it’s a little too precious for me, but this home, built in 1925 in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles, may change my mind.
I like that it maintains its original details, like the arches, the gorgeous floors, the moldings, and yet has a very modern kitchen and modern color choices. The grand foyer, separating the formal living and dining rooms feature incredible original detailing, while a library parlor room, with its rich mahogany paneling, doubles as a screening room. At the back of the house is the family room, with views to the backyard, a custom bar and beautiful coffered ceilings.
Out back is a covered dining patio, a brick fireplace, a sparkling pool, and a large two-story guest house with living area, exercise room, private guest suite with wood beamed ceilings and en suite bath.
The home has four bedrooms in the main house,; one has an en suite bath, two share a Jack and Jill bath and the exquisite master retreat offers a fireplace, ample light, arched detailing, a private bath and a walk-in closet.
It has history, and yet it features all of the modern conveniences.
And it can be yours for just $6,995,000.
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