Historic Cultural Monument #403, by John C. Austin, Architect of Los Angeles’ City Hall, The Griffith Observatory, and The Shrine Auditorium. This rare and magnificent example of authentic early 1900’s architecture features extraordinarily high ceilings, massive public rooms for gracious entertaining, gorgeous woodworking details in paneling, molding, columns, and windows throughout the interior. The palatial mansion features a grand entry hall with a large fireplace, enormous living room, elegant formal dining room, library, updated gourmet kitchen, with 2 butler pantries, and a light filled breakfast room. Additional features include 8 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 powder rooms, 7 fireplaces, a grand stairway to the upstairs center hall, a screening room, and upstairs kitchens on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The guest house, includes two full apartments each with their own kitchens and baths. Gated and private, there is a large motor court with a porte cochere. Recently Updated.