The Ansalem A. Ernst House
by Gregory Ain in Los Feliz
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 840. Available for the first time in over twenty years, The Ansalem A. Ernst House by Gregory Ain circa 1937 is perfectly nestled in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks.
This remarkable work of early modernist architecture features a tranquil indoor/outdoor flow with widespread canyon views.
Cleverly positioned on a widespread lot with mature landscaping and winding paths. Ain’s imaginative viewpoint is displayed in the original features and details throughout the residence with clean lines resonant of mentor, renowned architect Richard Neutra.
On the main level, an under-lit entryway seamlessly flows into a living room with disappearing walls of glass, soaring ceilings, dual-level fireplace, and a spacious outdoor deck.
The entertaining kitchen features original cabinetry and panoramic views from the breakfast nook. On the lower level, a secluded bedroom suite features large windows and outdoor access, highlighting the natural setting.
Currently under the Mills Act with extensive tax benefits. A truly rare opportunity to restore and important piece of Los Angeles history.
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Listing courtesy of Rob Kallick, Sotheby’s