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Dramatic 1920s Tudor in Los Feliz asks $2.65M

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It’s known as the “Hunter Residence”

This exquisitely over-the-top Tudor in Los Feliz is evidently pedigreed enough to have its own title—the listing refers to it as the “Hunter Residence.”

Built in 1929, the five-bedroom home was designed by architect Arthur H. Stibolt.

The centerpiece of the roomy 4,630-square-foot home is a dramatic parlor with hardwood floors, oversized windows, a wide fireplace, and a tall, pitched ceiling with crisscrossing wooden beams and a Gothic-style chandelier. Another living area includes built-in shelving and a second fireplace with an ornately carved wooden mantelpiece.

Other highlights include stained glass pieces, arched doorways, a vintage tiled bathroom, and a shaggy dog that sadly doesn’t seem to be included in the sale. Situated on a roughly one-third-acre lot, the grounds around the home contain several patios and walkways, along with a terraced garden.

Last sold in 2011, the home had been off the market for five decades before that. Though it’s clearly had more than a few updates over the years, it still retains plenty of historic, period revival charm.

Asking price is $2.649 million.