Bordered by Beverly Boulevard to the north, Third Street to the south, Western Avenue to the east, and Wilton Place to the west, St. Andrews Square contains a number of outstanding homes from the Arts and Crafts era, such as this beauty designed by Alfred and Arthur Heineman.
Built in 1913, the three-bedroom bungalow was renovated in 2006 by Barbara Bestor and designated a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument in 2016. As noted by its cultural heritage commission report, the 2,522-square-foot residence’s original details include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a built-in buffet, decorative glass, and an inglenook fireplace with built-in seating.
Updated elements include a reconfigured master suite with walk-in closets, an open-plan kitchen with professional grade appliances, revamped bathrooms, and glammed up light fixtures.
Sited on a 9,756-square-foot lot, the property also has a freestanding studio with half-bath (converted from the garage), a wine cellar, and artful landscaping by Topanga-based firm Campion Walker.
Last sold in 2016 for $2.1 million, it’s now asking $2.495 million. Tami Halton Pardee and Nancy Osborne of Halton Pardee and Partners share the listing, and open house is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.