HOT PROPERTY: Historic home built by Rose Bowl architect Myron Hunt lists in Los Feliz

HOT PROPERTY: Historic home built by Rose Bowl architect Myron Hunt lists in Los Feliz

In the hills of Los Feliz, a stately home designed by famed architect Myron Hunt is up for grabs at $2.495 million.

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A 1930s estate built by Rose Bowl architect Myron Hunt is on the market for $2.495 million in Los Feliz. (Realtor.com)

In the hills of Los Feliz, a stately home designed by famed architect Myron Hunt is up for grabs at $2.495 million.

Hunt, whose other works include the Rose Bowl and Huntington Art Gallery, built the two-story residence in 1931. Past a flagstone walkway, it opens to a 5,012-square-foot floor plan with four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Wood panels create elegant spaces throughout the interior, including the foyer, office/library and dramatic formal living room. The most expansive space in the home, it offers coffered ceilings, a fireplace and a wall of windows.

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Upstairs, the master suite expands to a balcony with canyon and city light views. It’s one of multiple terraces on the second story.

Outdoors, the grassy grounds cover about a quarter of an acre.

Sally Forster Jones and Joshua F. Smith of Compass hold the listing.

After a series of projects in Illinois, Hunt moved in 1903 to L.A., where he worked on projects such as Occidental College, the Ambassador Hotel and the Mission Inn in Riverside.

Originally featured on The Los Angeles Times – Hot Property
Written by Jack Flemming
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