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1940s Monterey Colonial seeks $4M in Los Feliz

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Diamond-paned glass, bay windows, and a wet bar

The 1941 house is located just off Los Feliz Boulevard.
Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy of Louise Leach and Juan Longfellow/Deasy Penner Podley

This “exquisitely restored” Monterey Colonial estate sits just below Griffith Park in Los Feliz.

Built in 1941 but updated throughout, the two-story residence features coved ceilings, diamond-paned glass, bay windows, a glamorous entryway, and a library with wet bar.

Newer additions include custom cabinetry in the kitchen, spa-like bathrooms, and a landscaped backyard with pool that’s perfect for entertaining.In the backyard, there’s additional space in the form of a bonus room, which could be used as a recreation space, a home office, or a pool house.

In total, the residence holds four sizable bedrooms and six stylish bathrooms. It’s listed for $3.925 million.

The dining room features attractive period built-ins.
The entryway features magnesite.
There are custom cabinets, a gleaming tile backsplash, and plenty of counter space in the kitchen.
The master bathroom has a spa-like look.
Bedrooms are spacious and bright.