This wonder is situated in a film-friendly neighborhood where one might expect otherwise; convenient vacant lot next door allows trucks to be on the street nearby. Named 'La Casa Bonita' in 1922 by its world-renowned architect Myron Hunt, this remarkable 5433 sq. ft. Spanish Revival estate is beautifully centered on a gated, private 33,000 sq. ft. lot. With its original details, the home has been improved with period appropriate remodeling. The property is surrounded by a mature and thoughtfully designed landscape; enter through the gated front path and into a lush courtyard garden with lawns and period fountain. A large covered front porch greets you with an original statement door and entry to a view of the back garden. Enter through two original, intricate wrought-iron interior doors into the expansive formal living room with grand picture window, fireplace and original hand painted detailed ceiling. This can easily play as a period or contemporary house. A warm studio-style guest house can be shot as a separate location or used for green room or support.

Greater Los Angeles - Residential