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