Wallace Neff-Designed Neoclassical Hancock Park Home Reduced to $12.3M (PHOTOS)

Wallace Neff-Designed Neoclassical Hancock Park Home Reduced to $12.3M

$12,375,000 | Built 1960 | 8,163 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.46 Acres
105 N Rossmore Avenue, Los Angeles, California, United States, 90004

Entertainment executive Patrick Moran has reduced his landmark neoclassical villa in Los Angeles to $12.3 million after putting it on the market in October 2020 for $13.65 million. The former ABC Studios president purchased the nearly 8,200 square foot home in 2016 for $5.75 million before embarking on a fabulous restoration and update. Built in 1960, the residence was modelled after the famed Pavillon de Louveciennes in Louveciennes, France – which also happens to be on the market! The house was built for Ralph J. Chandler, nephew of Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler, and designed by celebrated architect Wallace Neff. 

Timeless neoclassic design joins contemporary austere styling with meticulously preserved details including original hand-carved crown mouldings, imposing entrance columns with roof line balustrade complement, marble portico, awe-inspiring foyer with 30-foot ceilings, herringbone wood floors throughout and imported doors & window fixtures from Paris. Recently installed new design elements echo Neff’s original vision yet bring current technology & comforts to the forefront. Landscape design by Art Luna with a gated motor court plus 7-car garage and captivating views. The home sits on a 0.46 acre property sited on the 9th fairway of Wilshire Country Club in Hancock Park. The property is on the market for $12.3 million with Amy Davis and Ernie Carswell of Douglas Elliman.

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