A classic manor and unexpected pavilion in the Nichols Canyon area

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

Set amid lush landscaping in the Nichols Canyon area, this classic Tudor Revival manor conceals an unexpected industrial-style pavilion that can serve as an office or guesthouse. Gardens, water features and mature trees contribute to the compound's tranquil atmosphere.

Location: 2811 Nichols Canyon Road, Los Angeles 90046

Asking price: $2.595 million

Year built: 1940 (main house)

Guesthouse architect: James V. Coane

House size: Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, 2,714 square feet in main house, 725 square feet in guesthouse

Lot size: 16,360 square feet

Features: Formal living and dining rooms, den, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, three fireplaces, leaded-glass windows, skylights, balconies, gated entry, stone patios, koi pond, detached carport, guesthouse kitchen and loft

About the area: Last year, 358 single-family homes sold in the 90046 ZIP Code at a median price of $1.365 million, according to CoreLogic DataQuick. That was an 18.7% price increase from 2013.

Agent: Bret Parsons, Coldwell Banker, (310) 281-4346

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