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1939 Colonial Revival by Frederick Wallis With Frederick Fisher Studio Asking $2.5 Million

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As partner in the firm of Norton & Wallis, architect Frederick H. Wallis had a hand in the design of a number of Los Angeles landmarks, including the Greek Theatre, the Los Angeles Theatre, and the William Fox Building (now the Fox Jewelry Mart). On his own, Wallis designed the Upton Sinclair House in Monrovia, a National Historic Landmark, and this handsome Colonial Revival in Westwood. Built in 1939, the 3,540-square-foot house features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a step-down living room, hardwood floors, two fireplaces, a backyard designed by landscape architect Katherine Spitz, and a freestanding studio designed by Frederick Fisher, who oversaw the remodel of the Annenberg Beach House. Located on an 8,553-square-foot lot in Little Holmby, it's listed with an asking price of $2.499 million.

· 643 Westholme Avenue [Official site]
· 643 Westholme Ave [Estately]