Built in 1923 by leading Los Angeles builder Luther Townes Mayo for his own family, this Tudor Revival reflects the fanciful Period Revival era. Architect Edward B. Rust designed exquisite scale, proportions and details. Brick exterior with half-timbers and a Belgian slate roof grace the facade. Exquisite plaster cast ceilings, pecan paneling, parquet oak floors in public rooms, and exceptional original hardware throughout. 5 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms upstairs. Two car garage.
Outside, there’s a magical 2-story (1,674 sq ft) guest house and pristine park-like grounds, anchored by two magnificent 95+ year old trees. The integrity remains and restoration work includes electrical re-wiring, plumbing upgrades, central heat and air, and bolting.
This is a true masterpiece, of which the current family has been the stewards for the last 26 years. Interestingly, the prior owners held it the same length of time, resulting in just 2 owners over the last 52 years!
5 bedrooms + 3.5 bathrooms
Main house measures 4,120 per assessor and 4,260 per REST*
Guest house measures 1,674 per REST*
16,939 sq ft lot/AS
Finally, in addition to 330 S. Irving, Mayo built other Los Angeles landmarks, such as the Los Altos Apartments at Wilshire and Bronson, the Chateau Elysee at Franklin and Bronson (now the Manor Hotel for the Church of Scientology Celebrity Center), the Embassy Apartments in Santa Monica, and the Villa Carlotta. And the living room at Stratford-on-Irving is identical to Marion Davies’ famous apartment (a.k.a. The Hearst Suite) at the Los Altos.
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Offered by Anne Loveland,
Janet Loveland, and Sue Carr
Loveland Carr Group
251 N. Larchmont Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
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