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Handsome 1925 Mediterranean by Gordon Kaufmann Asking $6 Million in Hancock Park

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Now classing up the market is this stately Mediterranean manor in Hancock Park designed in 1925 by Gordon Kaufmann, architect of the Hoover Dam, Santa Anita Racetrack, and the LA Times building, among many other landmarks. Per its listing, the 6,500-square-foot house has been given a "complete & luxurious remodel" by Mark J. Williams. Updates include all new systems, exterior stonework and landscaping, roof, garage, family room, kitchen, baths, pool, spa, and two-car garage. Original features include the black-and-white marble entry, hardwood floors, a formal dining room with mahogany paneled walls and ceiling, leaded glass windows and doors, two fireplaces, and an arched loggia. Sited on a .39-acre lot on Rimpau Boulevard a little north of West Sixth Street, it's asking $5.999999 million.

· 533 S Rimpau Blvd [Estately]