Rare Spanish Historic Landmark in the Heart of Culver City

Built in 1926 for MGM’s actors, artists, writers, and directors of the big screen during the Golden Age of Film, this unique Spanish Colonial retains its film-worthy character and movie screen charm.

The front door opens to a spacious living room with original details ranging from hardwood floors, soaring wood-beam ceilings, and a painted brick fireplace with a large column rising from its mantle, flanked by doors leading to a patio.

In one direction, an arched doorway connects the living room with a modern eat-in kitchen where polished concrete flooring runs underfoot. Directly behind the living room is a full bathroom and studio, which can double as a bedroom and access the second patio.

A scalloped banister lines the staircase leading to both bedrooms and a Jack and Jill bathroom on the upper level. The landing connecting the bedrooms also looks down on the living room area.

Crowned a ‘Historic Landmark Building’, the two-story residence stands amongst a cluster of historic Spanish bungalows at 4058 Lafayette Pl in the heart of Culver City; a neighborhood rich in Hollywood history, notable restaurants, and home to creative studios and the offices of Apple, Amazon, and HBO. Asking price is $1,390,000.

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Listing courtesy of Jacqueline Chernov & Kristin Alexander

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