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1920s Mediterranean By AF Leicht in Los Feliz Asking $3 Million

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Angelus Temple architect AF Leicht designed approximately two dozen Spanish-Mediterranean Revival residences in the Hollywood Hills and Los Feliz during the 1920s, including this lovely specimen on a cul-de-sac just north of Los Feliz Boulevard. Built in 1923, the 4,883-square-foot house features, per its listing description, four bedrooms, including a master suite "with sleeping chamber & its own living room & fireplace," four baths, a formal dining room, magnesite entryways, arched doorways and windows, French doors, a vintage bar, and an "entertaining garden in the rear, with swimming pool, beautiful plantings & sitting areas anchored by an outdoor fireplace." Sited behind gates on a 10,554-square-foot lot, the property is asking $2.995 million.

· 2226 N NEW HAMPSHIRE Ave [Redfin]