1926 Mediterranean Villa by Harry McFee Asks $7.5M in Los Angeles, CA (PHOTOS)

1926 Mediterranean Villa by Harry McFee Asks $7.5M in Los Angeles, CA

$7,495,000 | Built 1926 | 5,500 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 6 Baths | 0.4 Acres
7475 Hillside Avenue, Los Angeles, California, United States, 90046
Showcasing original 1926 architecture by Harry McFee with updated interiors by Pierce & Ward, this spectacular Mediterranean villa has hit the market for $7.49 million in Los Angeles, California. Sited on discrete cul-de-sac moments above Sunset Boulevard, the home offers lush grounds, a sequestered pool, a charming kid’s playhouse, a romantic two-storey courtyard terrace, and a pergola with a sauna overlooking all of Los Angeles. The first level features a dramatic, decagon foyer with inlaid wood floors and a stenciled ceiling. Also on the first floor, you’ll find a large, elegant living room that showcases a stone fireplace, a dining room with multiple French doors and city views, and a huge updated kitchen with a breakfast area that opens onto a spacious family room. The adjacent ensuite complete with a powder room complete the floor. The second level offers a gently curving staircase that leads to a stunning architectural shrine with a stained glass portal. The luxurious primary suite showcases city views, a large dressing room, and a bathroom. An octagon tower room is the highlight of the third level and delights all with panoramic vistas. The lower level of the home offers service rooms and a guest apartment that opens onto a private, sun-drenched terrace via French doors. This beautiful Mediterranean villa is on the market for $7.49 million with Bret Parsons of Compass Realty.


























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