1923 Spectacular Spanish Gothic Mansion Asks $14.85M in Los Angeles, California
$14,850,000 | Built 1923 | 8,163 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7 Baths | 0.67 Acres
145 North Rossmore Avenue, Los Angeles, California, United States, 90004
Originally designed by Los Angeles architect Arthur E. Harvey and more recently transformed by Brian Little and his lifelong partner Timothy Enright, this spectacular and fully gated home in Hancock Park recently hit the market for $14.85 million in Los Angeles, California. Situated on 200-feet of frontage along the Wilshire Country Club Golf Course, the 1923 Spanish Gothic mansion offers dramatic fairway views. The upper levels boast 4 sumptuous bedroom suites with privacy in mind, including 2 primary suites with arched privacy balconies, and a serene tower office with a rooftop deck. There is also an equally beautiful and fully equipped one-bedroom apartment with a private yard and plunge pool. Symmetry and proportion rule the grounds – each element, each sightline has been accounted for with precise design; the sparkling pool is perfectly framed by palms and flanked by a sunny lounge area. Near the kitchen is the heated over 400 square foot outdoor living room with an expansive dining area. This beautiful residence is on the market for $14.85 million with Boni Bryant of Compass Realty. Photography and information from the agent’s listing.