1926 Chateau Lemoine Storybook Mansion Pending Sale in Los Angeles, California
$5,999,999 | Built 1926 | 4,508 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6 Baths | 0.33 Acres
846 S Longwood Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Greatly remodeled while retaining the historic 1926 charm of the Storybook architecture and owned by Tim Nett, co-founder of Streamland Media, the world’s largest post-production company, Chateau Lemoine is pending sale after hitting the market for $5.99 million in Los Angeles, California. Listing details: Chateau Lemoine 1926. An exceptional example of Storybook architecture. Considered to be the “crown jewel” of “Brookside” (a bucolic community of tree-lined streets featuring single-family residences in a range of Period Revival styles), so named after the Arroyo De Los Jardines (Brook of the Gardens) the year-round stream that runs through the area and bisects numerous properties (necessitating bridges to span the waterway affording access to the backyards).
Extensively remodeled, the 4-bedroom home with 1-bedroom guest house, features a dramatic living room with vaulted and beamed ceiling, minstrel balcony, and carved stone fireplace; an exhibition kitchen with carved stone hood surround and pro-style appliances; guest house with kitchen, living room, and bedroom suite; formal dining and family room opening to the kitchen; saltwater pool and spa; beautifully manicured landscape and numerous fruit trees; serene seating area with firepit at the stream; luxurious finishes from Exquisite Surfaces (and other designer sources) and endless period elements. The one-of-a-kind Chateau Lemoine is pending sale and on the market for $5.99 million withBilly RoseofThe Agency. Photography by Albert Azouz.