4963 Los Feliz Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90027
The Spitzer House, 1924. A residential masterpiece steeped in history and exemplary of the time and era in which it was constructed. Magnificent and exceptional, 4963 Los Feliz Boulevard by architect Charles Raymond Spink, celebrates Hollywood's Golden Age. Italianate architecture, influenced by the Spanish Revival movement, fits effortlessly into the Southern California vernacular. Perfect proportions and scale create a sense of ease and comfort throughout. Original design and details, including forged iron light fixtures, decorative moldings, and perfectly preserved tile, merge w/ modern amenities to create a harmonious and updated floor plan for today's living. Arched doorways, iron gates and classical influences evoke the romanticism of the time and capture the stunning views of the famed Griffith Park Observatory. Freshly renovated, beautiful bespoke designer kitchen with a historically sensitive design, is the heart of the house. Outfitted with Waterworks fixtures, Devol hardware and lighting from The Urban Electric Company. Oversized island is both utilitarian and a celebration of great design. Wolf, Sub Zero and Miele appliances outfit the space. Separate breakfast and sunrooms flood with light. Five bedrooms, each with an en-suite bath make the floor plan exceptional. Spink created the ultimate flow and California living experience by focusing on the relationship between the interiors of the home and the outdoor spaces. Expansive grounds and gardens are the backdrop of this esteemed residence. Mature trees and established plants provide privacy for the glamorous resort-style swimming pool. Fire pit and outdoor shower. Gated Driveway. For almost 100 years, the home has played host to noted patrons of the arts, actors, Emmy and Golden Globe winners, and industry elite. This trophy property is ready for its next custodian. Historical Provenance available upon request.
4,202 Sq.Ft. Living Area
0.29 Acres Lot
|LIVING SPACE||4,202 Sq.Ft.|
|LOT SIZE||0.29 Acres|