1896 Windsor Square Victorian Manor Built by Isaac Newton Van Nuys Reduced to $9.99M
$9,995,000 | Built 1896 | 12,565 Sq. Ft. | 13 Beds | 9.5 Baths | 0.62 Acres
Los Angeles, California, United States, 90020
American tattoo artist and entrepreneur Kat Von D has reduced her spacious 1896 Victorian Los Angeles mansion to $9.99 million. The former LA Ink star purchased the home in 2016 and put her unique touch on the property, most evident in the blood-red pool. Listing details: Built in the 1890s by Isaac Newton Van Nuys, this 3-story Victorian was moved to its current location in Windsor Square by his son J. Benton Van Nuys in 1915. The main residence offers 12,565 square feet: 11 Bedrooms and 8.5 baths. There is also a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom carriage house atop a large garage with an exterior turntable. 7 fireplaces. Gated and secure, all is set back on an expansive 26,966 square feet lot. The traditional floor plan offers a grand salon that seamlessly flows to the library/den and formal living room/sitting room. The dining room is lined with linen-fold paneling & leaded, stained glass windows and is connected to the chef-quality kitchen that has been fully renovated in keeping with the home’s original style.
The hidden bar with hand-carved walls has a secret door leading to the showstopping pool, spa, and manicured gardens. There are 5 bedrooms on the second floor, including multiple suites and a well-appointed and spacious walk in closet. The top floor provides an especially unique living space that doubles as a theater with a bar/kitchenette. The stage is complete with original footlights, and a dramatic turret side room. There are 3 additional bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the upper level. Systems thoroughly updated and/or replaced. Multi-zone HVAC was painstakingly installed without disturbing intricate original wood and plasterwork. This is a rare opportunity to own one of the more magical estates in the area. This spectacular home is on the market for $9.99 million with Jamie Blake Sher of The Sher Group.