Rare find in West Hollywood’s historic Spaulding Square
One of LA’s most beautiful vintage communities, Spaulding Square lies moments from the Directors Guild Theaters, Chateau Marmont, the Laugh Factory, the Strip, Sunset Plaza and more iconic Hollywood haunts. The lovingly tended period revival and Craftsman bungalows on its small, tree-lined avenues — a designated Historic Preservation Overlay Zone with Mills Act tax benefits — rarely come up for sale. This 1920 Craftsman/Colonial bungalow and guest house at 1318 North Orange Grove Avenue embody historic restoration at its finest, listed by Neyshia Go and Aaron Kirman for $2,195,000. The star of the home is its beautifully landscaped and blissfully private backyard, where pool and spa, fire pit and dining patio gather to create an enchanting outdoor living space. French doors in both the master suite and the skylit guest house open to this charming world. The home has been completely renovated with an eye to preserving original details like hardwood floors, Batchelder tile fireplace, period moldings and wainscoting, and vintage built-ins. These features are sensitively merged with a modern, open plan enhanced by designer lighting and luxury details. In the sunny chef's kitchen, Carrera marble countertops, an Anne Saks Metallic Black backsplash and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine fridge set the tone. On the streets of Spaulding Square, time seems to have stopped in the teens and twenties, when this neighborhood was developed for workers in the emerging movie industry. Inside this treasured bungalow, timeless appeal and modern style combine to create an incomparable home in the heart of West Hollywood.
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