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330 South Windsor Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90020
Listing 23-270224
  • Beds 4
  • Baths 6
  • LOT 13,511
  • sq. ft 7,537
  • Status Sold
  • Year Built 1919
  • Property Type Residential, Single Family
  • Neighborhood Hancock Park

About This Property

Built in 1919 by architect, Elmer Grey, best known for the Beverly Hills Hotel and The Huntington Library, - discover this ‘American Beauty’ nestled in the heart of Hollywood - on the market again for the first time in decades.

Once home to a legendary TV news broadcaster, this stately, Colonial-style home with traditional elements, is among the earliest homes built in Windsor Square.

Enter through the charming foyer to a beautifully proportioned center hall floor plan, and discover views to the lush backyard, enshrined by mature trees and hedges.

The home includes a formal living room with fireplace, dining room with adjacent butler’s pantry, as well as handsome paneled library and countless French doors.

Additionally, it features an elevator, vast basement and fourth floor with views of the Hollywood sign and San Gabriel Mountains.

Private yard includes large pool, separate spa, and guest house with potential.

Sold for $5,900,000


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