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Glamorous Mediterranean-style house replete with original ’20s details seeks $4.3M

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Featured in Architectural Digest in 1925

Photos by Cameron Carothers
Courtesy of Tim Hartley / Deasy Penner & Partners

Located up in the Los Feliz hills, this nearly 5,500-square-foot residence dates to 1924. Designed by architect Charles Kyson, it features beautiful beamed ceilings, wrought iron details, a library with a built-in humidor, and imported Della Robbia tiles.

The house’s former organ room has been converted into a wine cellar, but its dining room—disassembled in England and reassembled in Los Feliz, including the stained glass—has remained intact. (The organ in the old organ room was built to accompany the movies being screened in the living room, the listing says.)

The house’s five bedrooms all offer great views, and receive ample light. Behind the house is a pool and garden.

Last sold in 1993 for $815,000, the house is now listed for $4.3 million.