Do you have royal visit fever yet or what? As we mentioned yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, aka Wills and Kate, will be staying at the British Consul-General's official residence in Hancock Park while they're in town this weekend. The Wallace Neff house was built in 1928 and has belonged to the Brits since 1957, according to the consulate's website (the actual consulate is over on the Westside). Ronald Chang Architecture has done design work on several renovations, according to the firm's website--they've replaced an old addition, added a poolhouse, and remodeled the kitchen. Consul-General Dame Barbara Hay and the British government host "several thousand guests" at the house every year.
· The residence [UK in the USA]
· Wallace Neff House [Ronald Chang Architecture]
· Kate and William's Pre-Carmageddon Visit: What You Need to Know [Curbed LA]