The listing for this high-brow house isn't kidding when it calls the place "stately." Designed in 1906 by Sumner Hunt and Wesley Eager (architects of the Southwest Museum and the Wilshire Ebell), the estate was home to the founder of the Bullock's chain of department stores, John G. Bullock, and his family until the early 1960s. The house was renovated and made all glossy and fresh back in 2012; at its previous sale, it had looked more homely than homey. The primping didn't help with finding a buyer though; the house was pulled off the market in 2013. The 6,000-square-foot house has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a massive modern kitchen, two laundry rooms, a detached guest house, plus a pool and spa. It sits inside a gated, 25,262-square foot lot with mature trees, gardens, and a koi pond. Today it's back in an off-market pocket listing, asking $4.895 million.