Mount Washington Greek Revival Home The Nickel-Leong Mansion
After a 20-month restoration, this Mount Washington Greek Revival home – the Nickel-Leong Mansion, circa 1909, built by Architect John C. Austin, whose civic projects include the Griffith Observatory and LA City Hall, has beautifully emerged.
This historic estate boasts a neoclassical façade, the interior is bright and sunny with original detailing preserved and seamlessly blended with tasteful modern updates. Entry to the home is through a bold blue door just below a classic curved transom window.
Inside the nearly 4,400-sq-ft mansion, there are exquisite crown moldings, a formal dining room and multiple fireplaces making this Mount Washington historic home an amazing backdrop for Los Angeles living.
Large scale rooms with soaring ceilings, custom built-in storage and a brand-new vintage style cook’s kitchen, perfect for large scale entertaining and those oh so chic parties.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, and three bathrooms, including a huge master suite complete with a spectacular view. There is also a full attic/playroom with bath.
Los Angeles Cultural Monument #849 consists of three separate lots, the property also has multi-leveled private decking areas for outdoor entertaining and a detached garage in the backyard. Additionally, seller has plans for a pool.
If you would like to see this Mount Washington Greek Revival home contact Brian Courville at 310-622-0312 or JB Fung at 323-687-1170. Alternately, for additional Historic Los Angeles homes, Spanish Architectural homes or Classic Los Angeles homes for sale 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 Konstantine Valissarakos of Nourmand & Associates and Richard Yohon of Sotheby’s International Realty.