Now on the market for the first time in over two decades is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #649, aka the Cora B. Henderson House. Built in 1912, the two-story Craftsman is located a smidge east of Hancock Park on a picturesque section of South Wilton Place that's lined on both sides with gracious houses from the early twentieth century. Per the listing, the 2,550-square-foot residence features four bedrooms, two and a half updated baths, a formal dining room with wainscoting and built-in buffet, an updated kitchen, hardwood and tile floors, a gas fireplace, French doors, a deck with grape-vine-covered pergola, and "large landscaped yard [with] avocado, lemon & Satsuma tangerine trees." Asking price for the property, which is eligible for Mills Act historic property tax benefits, is $995,000.
· 132 S Wilton Pl [Estately]