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1930s Spanish Colonial Revival house next to Griffith Park seeks $5.3M

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“Remarkably preserved,” it features original hardwood floors, tiled bathrooms, and moldings

The roughly 4,500-square-foot house was built in 1931.
Photos by Jo David, courtesy of Rick Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty and Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand & Associates

Situated on a half-acre between Los Feliz Boulevard and Griffith Park, this Spanish Colonial Revival house built in 1931 offers contemporary interiors and numerous original features.

The four-bedroom, five-bathroom house is “mysteriously invisible from the street below,” the listing boasts. The roughly 4,500-square-foot estate is “remarkably preserved,” with its original and colorful tiled bathrooms, moldings, and hardwood floors. A rich oak-paneled den, a formal dining room, and a spacious contemporary kitchen are added bonuses.

The grounds hold multiple patios and, behind the house, a pool and a grotto with a waterfall shielded by the house on one side and tall trees on the other.

The property is listed for $5.297 million with Rick Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty and Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand & Associates.

The entrance features a curved stairway.
Windows frame the views at this estate situated at the foot of Griffith Park.
Original hardwood floors run throughout.
The oak-paneled den.
Bathrooms feature original, 1930s tilework.
Coved ceilings and a balcony in the master bedroom.