Ah, the good old days, when the words "page views" or "online advertising revenues" weren't even in the lexicon. Here's the former residence of Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler. An 24-room Georgian-style manor built in in 1914, it's listed at $6.799 million. More via the listing: "The Harry Chandler Estate, built in the tradition of Hollywood's Golden Era, on approx one acre in the Los Feliz foothills. The home was designed in 1914 for living on a grand scale.The 24-room interior retains original hardwood detail, distinctive paneling and ornately carved fireplace." The Los Angeles Times also has more on this home: Notably, views of Santa Catalina Island, Century City, Glendale, Griffith Park (including the observatory) and downtown are available from the home.
· 2411 INVERNESS Ave [Redfin]