Co-founder of the California Landmarks Club, architect Sumner P. Hunt had a hand in the design of an impressive number of Los Angeles landmarks, including the Bradbury Building, the Wilshire Ebell, the Southwest Museum, the E.L. Doheny Mansion, and the Charles Lummis House. In 1904, the prolific architect designed this Arts and Crafts bungalow that’s just hit the market in historic Angelino Heights.
Located on West Kensington Road, the two-story residence measures in at a hefty 4,908 square feet. Along with five bedrooms and three baths, it’s got formal living and dining rooms, a sun room, a breakfast room, an office, a laundry room, several balcony decks, and two covered porch areas.
While the kitchen and baths are thoroughly modern, many vintage features, such as multi-paned windows, hardwood floors, and built-in seating and cabinetry, have been preserved and restored.
On a .29-acre lot with a separate carriage house, the Mills Act-eligible property is listed with an asking price of $1.799 million. Open houses are scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.