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Above Chateau Marmont, graceful Spanish-style seeks $3.9M

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It’s like your own private Chateau

Chef’s kisses for this living room.
Photos courtesy of Daniel Lam, The Agency

What’s more glamorous than a stay at Chateau Marmont? Living in a romantic 1920s Spanish-style above the famed hotel.

This beauty was built in 1927 (two years before the chateau opened) and still brims with all of the elaborate finishings characteristic of a revival-style home.

The most elegant spaces in the four-bedroom, three and a half bathroom residence are the foyer, dining room, and living room, which all connect via arched entryways. In these areas, you’ll find terra cotta floors, a wrought-iron staircase, handsome moldings, a wood-burning fireplace, a picture window, a coved ceiling, and a bounty of arched French doors.

Upstairs, the master bedroom suite opens to a balcony with views of the Chateau and connects to an ensuite bathroom inlaid with vintage turquoise tile.

Outside, there’s an alfresco dining terrace, a courtyard with a “soothing” fountain, and a swimming pool. Sold two years ago for $3.3 million, the magnificent property at 8328 Marmont Lane is now listed for $3.99 million.

The centerpiece of the foyer is a staircase with colorful tile and a wrought iron railing.
The house sits on a 4,866-square-foot lot, framed by “mature olive trees, hedges, [and] potted plants.”
Arched French doors open to an outdoor dining terrace.
All of the bedrooms feature French doors or casement windows.
Glorious, glorious tile.
A pool, added in the ’60s, has views of the hills.