Open House: Sunday, February 16, 2014 between 1 PM - 4 PM
112 North Harvard Boulevard, Hancock Park
Beds, Baths: 4 beds, 2 baths
Floor Area: 2,376 sq. ft.
Per the Listing: "The Heart House, circa 1910, designated Historical Cultural Monument No. 684, City of Los Angeles, Architects John & Donald Parkinson. The beautiful craftsman your clients have been waiting for is now available in a great location near Larchmont Village and Silver Lake and convenient to studios, Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles. A flourishing family is saying goodbye to make way for the lucky new buyer. The house currently has Mills Act which is a big tax savings on yearly property taxes. Warm and inviting with large front and rear yards, a shaded porch for lounging and relaxation, living room with wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, big beautiful kitchen with top of the line appliances, breakfast room, very large dining room, den, upstairs office, nice bathrooms and a big backyard are only some of the great features of the property to be enjoyed for a lifetime. Don't miss this one."
A truly stunning craftsman, n'est ce pas? Completed in 1910, the Heart House is, according to various internet sources, one of the few remaining examples of single family craftsman architecture from the Parkinsons left in the City of Los Angeles. The father and son team are also known for designing Southern California landmarks including the LA Coliseum, Union Station, and LA City Hall. The home last sold in 2003 for $650k.
· 112 N Harvard Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004 [Redfin]