“The year was 1913, the setting Los Angeles. Cecil B. DeMille shot the first feature film in Hollywood, silent western The Squaw Man; the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County debuted; the L.A. Aqueduct was completed; and Georgia “Tiny” Broadwick became the first woman to parachute from an airplane, landing in Griffith Park. Most notably, Artemesia was born” (Wendy Bowman, Westside Digs Magazine).
Artemesia was featured in this recent issue of Westside Digs Magazine. Featuring approximately 1.8 acres or landscaped parkland including a separate buildable lot, 9 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, a brand new pool and spa, explosive panoramic vistas, an approximately 1,800 square foot ballroom, and so much more. Artemesia