Home of the Day: Jazz Age throwback in Studio City

Home of the Day: Studio City residence once owned by the chairman of Republic Pictures

The roaring spirit of an earlier era lives on at this 1920s home in Studio City, which was once owned by the chairman of Republic Pictures. Imported stained glass, reclaimed London street lights and a hidden wine cellar lend Jazz Age ambiance to the residence known as the Gate House. Outdoors, the tree-lined grounds contain a ranch-style guesthouse and a sunken fire ring.

Location: 12967 Valleyheart Drive, Studio City, 91604

Asking price: $2.199 million

Year built: 1926

House size: 3,400 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms

Lot size: 0.28 acres

Features: Hardwood flooring, skylights, handmade iron staircase, updated kitchen, butler’s pantry, formal living room, dining room, wine cellar, guest cottage with kitchen, patio, outdoor fire ring, formal landscaping

About the area: Last year, there were 357 single-family homes sold in the 91604 ZIP Code at a median sale price of $975,000, according to DataQuick. That was a 12.7% increase in median price year-over-year.

Agent: Kris Karaian, (818) 445-9760, Keller Williams

Note: This home is available for showings by appointment only.

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