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N 3 B 309 C 0 E Jul 15, 2019 F Jul 17, 2019
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Architect Robert D. Jones designed the English Tudor Revival style house for George Alexander. McNee in 1926. McNee was born in Wisconsin on February 26, 1882. He was President of McNee Oil Company in Torrance, California. He lived in the house with his wife Myrtle and their two children, Maureen and George C. McNee. He died on October 9, 1962. The house is located at 125 South Las Palmas Avenue in the historic Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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N 2 B 783 C 0 E Jan 28, 2017 F Jan 30, 2017
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Architect Robert D. Jones designed the English Tudor Revival style house for William MIddleton in 1926.

Located at 400 North McCadden Place in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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Architect Robert D. Jones designed the English Tudor Revival style home for investment financier Carl W. Dunlap and his family in 1925. Located at 5406 Red Oak Drive in the Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles.

The 4-bedroom, 6-bath house in 3967 sq.ft. has been recently remodeled and as of July 2014 is listed for sale for $3,295,000, and described in the listing as "Enter through an arched brick entry to experience elegant living with original details. Living Room has 11' ceilings, new fireplace and tall windows to capture park views. Kitchen with Viking appliances, center island, separate breakfast area & butler's pantry. Large formal dining room and home office; family room opens to a covered porch with bank of French doors that provide great light. Master features elegant spa bath, sitting area and walk-in closet, plus wrap-around deck that overlooks the pool. Plus three additional generous-proportioned en-suite bedrooms. Set within gated, manicured grounds, with a new sparkling pool /spa and separate pool house. This grand home has been restyled to match today's contemporary lifestyle." Noted architecture lover and electronic musician Moby purchased the house for $2,99 million in December 2014.

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N 3 B 1.1K C 0 E Mar 24, 2015 F Mar 24, 2015
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Grand Mediterranean villa bordering Griffith Park, located on one of the most storied streets in the Oaks. The four bedroom, five bath house in 3430 sq. ft. is currently (March 2015) on the market listed for sale for $3.2M and described in the listing as " Past an impressive façade resides a creative enclave, with inspiring views of towering pines, Griffith Observatory and city lights, and original details from the 1920's evoking an artist's soul. Select updates including a bespoke and hand-crafted kitchen along with an expanded Master suite with over-sized closet and bath. The main floor maintains circular flow with impressive entry, formal dining room, large den, living room, and separate study. Upstairs includes 4 bedrooms, each occupying its own corner of the house to maximize privacy and views. Terraced and lush on a street-to-street lot, the grounds are meant to be enjoyed with a citrus orchard, a swimmer's pool, and 500 sf detached guest house with separate access (not included in sq ftg). Truly for the creative class, this is a rare opportunity to own a generational home in a highly sought after location".

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N 4 B 1.1K C 0 E Mar 24, 2015 F Mar 24, 2015
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Grand Mediterranean villa bordering Griffith Park, located on one of the most storied streets in the Oaks. The four bedroom, five bath house in 3430 sq. ft. is currently (March 2015) on the market listed for sale for $3.2M and described in the listing as " Past an impressive façade resides a creative enclave, with inspiring views of towering pines, Griffith Observatory and city lights, and original details from the 1920's evoking an artist's soul. Select updates including a bespoke and hand-crafted kitchen along with an expanded Master suite with over-sized closet and bath. The main floor maintains circular flow with impressive entry, formal dining room, large den, living room, and separate study. Upstairs includes 4 bedrooms, each occupying its own corner of the house to maximize privacy and views. Terraced and lush on a street-to-street lot, the grounds are meant to be enjoyed with a citrus orchard, a swimmer's pool, and 500 sf detached guest house with separate access (not included in sq ftg). Truly for the creative class, this is a rare opportunity to own a generational home in a highly sought after location".

Tags:   Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture Los Feliz Los Feliz Improvement Association Los Feliz Beautiful LFIA Archiref Mediterranean Revival


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