Built in 1929, this historic Spanish stunner has been the venue for quite a few impressive affairs over the years. From black tie dinners with private performances by members of the Sequoia Quartet and L.A. Philharmonic to dress rehearsals of Metropolitan Opera soprano Carl Neblett before prestigious performances at the Met, this estate has witnessed many memorable musical delights. The home has also played host to a number of political events, including evenings held by Governor Brown announcing his running platform and as a setting for other local candidates to reveal their initiatives and programs. Fundraisers for various charities took advantage of the notable space as well.
A one-of-a-kind Spanish-style home with Moorish accents, this incredible estate has been lovingly restored and remodeled with the finest quality and appointments. Full of historic character, details, and built-ins, the home also includes numerous upgrades to bring it to complete modern utility. With a magnificent floor plan, the natural flow from front to back makes this estate perfect for entertaining. The upstairs features four bedrooms, with the maid’s room downstairs. Narrow-planked hardwood floors and solid mahogany doors accentuate the home’s history and quality.Not to be missed is the beautifully upgraded chef’s kitchen featuring a large butler’s pantry, granite countertops, walnut cabinetry and a 500-bottle wine refrigerator.
The private master suite eludes historical charm while the bath invites luxury with polished slate tile, granite throughout, and steam shower.
228 S. McCadden Place is offered at $3.195 million by Erik Flexner of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Hancock Park North.