Renovated 1917 Greene & Greene
Laurel Canyon Craftsman home

Laurel Canyon Craftsman home

This 1917 Laurel Canyon Craftsman home is a methodically renovated Greene and Greene estate, capturing the elegance of the period when Fairbanks and Pickford secretly met here.

Renovated by renowned designer Bill Sofield in 1977 as his personal residence, re-creating an early 19th century time capsule.

Craftsman Architecture-Sunset StripCustom-tailored period tile work was commissioned with artwork by celebrated New York artist Nancy Lorenz.

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The spacious home features a formal living room and dining room, cozy den with pocket windows that bridge the main house to the neighboring bedrooms.

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The bright chef’s kitchen boasts a restored Magic Chef stove. A beautifully landscaped backyard is accompanied by a tranquil sparkling pool and steam room.

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A dedicated guest studio/office is currently being utilized as a screening room with a separate gated entrance.

If you would like to see this Laurel Canyon Craftsman home contact Brian Courville at 310-622-0312 or JB Fung at 323-687-1170. For additional Craftsman homesClassic Los Angeles homes for sale or Historic Los Angeles real estate reach us by email, Brian Courville or JB Fung. If you are considering selling, contact us for a free no-obligation home valuation.

Listing courtesy of Kathryn Shafer, Keller Williams