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Paul Williams in The Hills

LOS ANGELES, California

STATS

  • status

    Sold

  • price

    $3,495,000

  • type of listing

    Single Family

  • style of listing

    Traditional

  • year built

    1939

  • living area

    4,440 sq/ft

  • land/garden

    14,440 sq/ft

  • beds/baths

    3 bed/3.1 bath

DESCRIPTION

Just north of Sunset Double Gated Elegant 2-Story Traditional designed by Paul Williams. Updated while keeping many of the original details. A dramatic 2 story foyer w/ sweeping staircase, High Ceilings, French doors & windows. Most generous Living & Dining Room. Fabulous lodge style Family Room w/ natural stone Fireplace & hidden bar room. Cozy den/office and gym. Redone chefs kitchen with top of the line appliances, Superb large master suite with new luxurious bath & his & her walk-in closets. Home is 4,440 Sq. Ft. with 3 Bedroom + 3.5 Baths. Large lot of private & tranquil grounds with swimmers pool and spa. Sale is Subject to Court Confirmation.

OTHER FEATURES

Pool, spa.

WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX

Loads of potential

  • • A History Lesson: This house was designed by Paul Williams, one of Southern California's most notable architects. Williams designed the homes of numerous stars including Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball/Desi Arnaz, Lon Chaney, and Charles Correll.
  • • Williams, an African American, was an outstanding draftsman and perfected the skill of rendering drawings "upside down." This skill was developed so that his clients (who may have been uncomfortable sitting next to a black architect) could see the drawings rendered right side up across the table from him.
  • • Some of Williams' most notable buildings include: The redesign of the Beverly Hills Hotel, Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills, the Jet-Age Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles County Courthouse, Shrine Auditorium, and La Concha Motel (Nevada). He also collaborated with A. Quincy Jones on projects in Palm Springs, including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, the Town & Country and Romanoff's on the Rocks.
  • • Williams designed over 2,000 private homes, most of which were in Los Angeles. Williams famously remarked upon the bitter irony of the fact that most of the homes he designed, and whose construction he oversaw, were on parcels whose deeds included segregation covenants barring blacks from purchasing them.

For more information contact...

  • BUNGALUX

    Inquire , Bungalux

  • Email

    inquire@bungalux.com

  • telephone

    (310) 251-7721

  • LISTING NUMBER

    11-332

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