Remodelled 1914 Hancock Park Mansion by Hunt & Burns Relists for $11.9M (PHOTOS)

Remodelled 1914 Hancock Park Mansion by Hunt & Burns Relists for $11.9M

$11,995,000 | Built 1914 | 11,826 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 0.61 Acres
601 South Windsor Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, United States, 90005

Originally designed by architectural icons Hunt & Burns in 1914 for banking executive Milton Getz, this historic residence is a gateway back in time. The 11,826 square foot residence is back on the market for $11.9 million in Los Angeles, California after previously selling in 2018 for $8.7 million. Seamlessly blending period details and modern amenities, the interiors evoke the glamour and prestige of the roaring 20s and Great Gatsby. The two-storey entry showcases handcrafted details, wainscotting, tray ceilings and elaborate mouldings. Formal living and dining rooms flank the entry, while the chef’s kitchen showcases custom finishes and marble countertops. The 9 bedrooms throughout include the elegant master suite, with separate spa-like bathrooms, custom closets and a private terrace. Journey downstairs to find a speakeasy, cigar lounge, home theatre and gym. The property also features a separate guest house, manicured grounds, herb gardens, an alfresco dining terrace with cafe lights, an outdoor kitchen, pool, spa and poolside cabana with a fireplace to round out the property. Offering absolute privacy among majestic gardens and mature trees, this Hancock Park estate is on the market for $11.9 million with Jon Grauman of The Agency. See a collection of photos before the remodel here.

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