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N 7 B 1.6K C 0 E Jun 21, 2016 F Jun 21, 2016
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Property records show that architect L. Milton Wolf designed the house for Mrs. Anna Marr. A building permit was issued on October 11, 1923. Wolf must have liked the neighborhood a lot as he designed the English Revival style house next door for himself the following year (at No. 255 S. Rossmore).

The 6-bedroom, 7-bath house in 5556 sq. ft. is currently (June 2016) on the market listed for sale for $4,998.000 and described in the listing as "Once owned by royalty, this grand home is located on Diplomatic Row near Wilshire Country Club on one of Hancock Park's most prestigious streets. The 1924 Mediterranean estate is gated, hedged and private, featuring generous grounds with an expansive swimming pool & yard.

The main house has 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths with original details throughout. Large entrance with vaulted ceilings opens to both formal dining & living room with stately fireplace. Beautifully appointed gourmet kitchen with eat-in breakfast area. A classical European mural adorns the wall of the impressive paneled library. Enter through the barrel vaulted hall to the magnificent family room with coffered ceiling, incredible light, detailed plaster and original bar. Perfect family floor plan with 4 bedrooms up, including incredible master suite with dual walk-in closets & recently renovated bath. Guest house has a living room, bedroom & bath as well as a pool bath and kitchen. Comfortable California living at its best."

Located at 265 South Rossmore Avenue in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   L. Milton Wolf Hancock Park Hancock Park Architecture Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor

N 11 B 1.8K C 1 E May 25, 2016 F May 26, 2016
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Architect L. Milton Wolf designed the brick English Tudor Revival style house for Frank Palmateer (1866-1932) and his wife Elnora in 1924. Palmateer was president of a storage company.

The Palmateer House is located at 2501 North Vermont Avenue in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.


Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   Frank Palmateer L. Milton Wolf Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture

N 1 B 1.1K C 0 E Jun 21, 2016 F Jun 21, 2016
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Property records show that architect L. Milton Wolf designed the house for Mrs. Anna Marr. A building permit was issued on October 11, 1923. Wolf must have liked the neighborhood a lot as he designed the English Revival style house next door for himself the following year (at No. 255 S. Rossmore).

The 6-bedroom, 7-bath house in 5556 sq. ft. is currently (June 2016) on the market listed for sale for $4,998.000 and described in the listing as "Once owned by royalty, this grand home is located on Diplomatic Row near Wilshire Country Club on one of Hancock Park's most prestigious streets. The 1924 Mediterranean estate is gated, hedged and private, featuring generous grounds with an expansive swimming pool & yard.

The main house has 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths with original details throughout. Large entrance with vaulted ceilings opens to both formal dining & living room with stately fireplace. Beautifully appointed gourmet kitchen with eat-in breakfast area. A classical European mural adorns the wall of the impressive paneled library. Enter through the barrel vaulted hall to the magnificent family room with coffered ceiling, incredible light, detailed plaster and original bar. Perfect family floor plan with 4 bedrooms up, including incredible master suite with dual walk-in closets & recently renovated bath. Guest house has a living room, bedroom & bath as well as a pool bath and kitchen. Comfortable California living at its best."

Located at 265 South Rossmore Avenue in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   L. Milton Wolf Hancock Park Hancock Park Architecture Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor

N 4 B 1.3K C 0 E Jun 21, 2016 F Jun 21, 2016
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Property records show that architect L. Milton Wolf designed the house for Mrs. Anna Marr. A building permit was issued on October 11, 1923. Wolf must have liked the neighborhood a lot as he designed the English Revival style house next door for himself the following year (at No. 255 S. Rossmore).

The 6-bedroom, 7-bath house in 5556 sq. ft. is currently (June 2016) on the market listed for sale for $4,998.000 and described in the listing as "Once owned by royalty, this grand home is located on Diplomatic Row near Wilshire Country Club on one of Hancock Park's most prestigious streets. The 1924 Mediterranean estate is gated, hedged and private, featuring generous grounds with an expansive swimming pool & yard.

The main house has 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths with original details throughout. Large entrance with vaulted ceilings opens to both formal dining & living room with stately fireplace. Beautifully appointed gourmet kitchen with eat-in breakfast area. A classical European mural adorns the wall of the impressive paneled library. Enter through the barrel vaulted hall to the magnificent family room with coffered ceiling, incredible light, detailed plaster and original bar. Perfect family floor plan with 4 bedrooms up, including incredible master suite with dual walk-in closets & recently renovated bath. Guest house has a living room, bedroom & bath as well as a pool bath and kitchen. Comfortable California living at its best."

Located at 265 South Rossmore Avenue in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   L. Milton Wolf Hancock Park Hancock Park Architecture Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor

N 1 B 1.2K C 1 E Jun 21, 2016 F Jun 21, 2016
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Property records show that architect L. Milton Wolf designed the house for Mrs. Anna Marr. A building permit was issued on October 11, 1923. Wolf must have liked the neighborhood a lot as he designed the English Revival style house next door for himself the following year (at No. 255 S. Rossmore).

The 6-bedroom, 7-bath house in 5556 sq. ft. is currently (June 2016) on the market listed for sale for $4,998.000 and described in the listing as "Once owned by royalty, this grand home is located on Diplomatic Row near Wilshire Country Club on one of Hancock Park's most prestigious streets. The 1924 Mediterranean estate is gated, hedged and private, featuring generous grounds with an expansive swimming pool & yard.

The main house has 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths with original details throughout. Large entrance with vaulted ceilings opens to both formal dining & living room with stately fireplace. Beautifully appointed gourmet kitchen with eat-in breakfast area. A classical European mural adorns the wall of the impressive paneled library. Enter through the barrel vaulted hall to the magnificent family room with coffered ceiling, incredible light, detailed plaster and original bar. Perfect family floor plan with 4 bedrooms up, including incredible master suite with dual walk-in closets & recently renovated bath. Guest house has a living room, bedroom & bath as well as a pool bath and kitchen. Comfortable California living at its best."

Located at 265 South Rossmore Avenue in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   L. Milton Wolf Hancock Park Hancock Park Architecture Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor


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