1846 GRACE AVENUE, LOS ANGELES, CA | $848,000 | 1 BD | 1 BA
El Cabrillo – Historic Hollywood townhome built in 1928. This Spanish-style courtyard complex embodies the spirit of stylish classic southern California living. Designed by self-taught Arthur & Nina Zwebell, the structure was commissioned by Hollywood mogul, Cecil B. Demille. The swoon-worthy townhome has soaring 20ft beamed ceilings, elegant ironwork, French doors, period sconces and an engraved stone fireplace. The unit also comes with Mills Act tax benefits.
The spectacular courtyard centered around an Andalusian-style fountain with arched doorways, colorful tile, multiple balconies, sculptural succulents and lush greenery feels as it were taken straight from a Hollywood movie set.
The unit has timbered wood details, oversized casement windows providing an abundance of natural light, a formal dining room, inset built-in bookshelves and a bedroom with high ceilings clad in wood.
Kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and a multi-paneled glass arched door leading out to a private back patio. Additionally, there is central air-conditioning and heat and a washer/dryer inside of the unit.
The patio comes alive in the evenings with exposed bulb mood lighting and bountiful bougainvillea overhead.
A perfectly framed view into the classic courtyard – which is alleged to have been used as a set in one of Rudolph Valentino’s movies. This townhome is close to all things cool, the Hollywood Bowl, theaters, restaurants, clubs and more and comes with one-car garage parking. Live at one of the most fashionable addresses in all of Hollywood, filled with colorful history.
Listing courtesy of Ladd Jackson, Hilton & Hyland
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