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Los Feliz Spanish Colonial Revival has beamed ceilings, sweeping staircase for $2.5M

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Plus: Three bedrooms, multiple patios and terraces, and a pool

A photo of a two-story white house with teal window panes and a red wood door. The house is fronted by a green lawn and a stone path from the sidewalk to the door.
Built in 1924, the house is glamorous and eye-catching from the street.
Photos by Jo David, courtesy of Rick Yohon/Sotheby’s International Realty

This gorgeous house was built in 1924 and sits on nearly one-quarter of an acre in Los Feliz, near Los Feliz and Griffith Park boulevards.

From the entrance, the expansive 2,836-square-foot residence offers the good kind of drama: solid oak floors, a curving magnesite staircase with wrought iron railings, original casement windows, arched entryways, and handsome beamed ceilings.

Scene-stealers in the house include the main bedroom, with a stunning tiled bathroom and large closets, and the dwelling’s many patios—perfect for dining outdoors or a post-swim nap. In total, it holds three bedrooms and five bathrooms.

3272 Lowry Road last sold in 2014 for $1.9 million. It’s now listed for $2.49 million with Rick Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty and Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand and Associates.

A big white room with dark wood floors and big, brown beams of wood across the ceilings. In the corner of the room, the staircase and bannister can be seen.
The house’s solid oak floors and beamed ceilings are on display.
A photo of the dining room, which is bright with box-beamed ceilings. There is a large arched with and a set of arched French doors on the far wall.
Arches for days.
A white bedroom with a wall of windows. The windows have curtains. There is a beaded light fixture over the bed.
The master bedroom is large and connects to a lovely master bathroom.
The bathroom has a sandstone-colored tile on the shower enclosure and up half of the wall. The floor tiles are patterned in a busy, geometric design.
A photo of a patio that is elevated and looks out over a lot of trees in the immediate area and beyond, to hills in the distance.
One of the house’s many patios.