Blending original features with modern sophistication, 746 N McCadden Place is a testament to its golden movie age roots. Originally built in 1923, the home is the last remaining LA design of the famous architect, Oscar Erikson—the other example of his unique style was recently torn down and replaced with a new modern home—who bought the lot directly from Mr. Hancock, the community’s namesake.
The seller has kept the integrity of the home intact, such as the sweeping rooflines, dramatic front windows, and original walnut hardwood floors that were recently refinished. The 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom residence includes a lovely formal living room with soaring ceilings and beautiful fireplace, new kitchen with quartz countertops, remodeled bathrooms, and large one bedroom guest house with additional loft space. To top it all off, the home has a sparkling new pool & spa with a magnificent waterfall feature.
746 McCadden Place is offered at $1,499,000 by Francis Sullivan of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Sunset Strip.
Tune into Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Wednesday October 28th at 8pm for more information on this fabulous historic home!