We'd have guessed that this Country Colonial near the Getty Center dated back to the 1930s or 40s, but it was actually built in '62. The former personal residence of Gerard Colcord, the architect behind Copo de Oro and many other Bel Air estates, the home has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a guest house, and plenty of Colcord's signature touches, such as a huge hearth and extensive woodwork and masonry. Asking price for the property, which encompasses nearly an acre of land, is $3.395 million. *Update: Listing may have thrown us a curveball. An expert on Colcord is claiming he did not in fact live in this residence.
· 11474 Bellagio Rd [Redfin]