Home of the Day: Percy Lewis-designed Tudor in Westwood

Home of the Day: Westwood Tudor designed by architect of Fox Theater, Chateau Colline

This 1930s Tudor-style residence in Westwood was designed by Percy Parke Lewis, architect of such historic-cultural monuments as the Fox Village Theater and the Chateau Colline. Updated and restored, the vintage of the storybook home is evident in its old-growth oak flooring, inglenook and Hammerbeam roof.

Location: 11155 Montana Ave., Los Angeles, 90049

Price: $2.995 million

Year built: 1933

Architect: Percy Parke Lewis

House size: 3,614 square feet, five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 9,351 square feet

Features: Vintage details, old-growth oak flooring, Hammerbeam roof, cathedral-style ceilings, wood-paneled walls, formal living room with fireplace and inglenook, foyer, dining room, cook’s kitchen, butler’s pantry, detached apartment, pool, spa, outdoor kitchen with wet bar

About the area: The median sale price in the 90049 ZIP Code over the last 90 days was $1.69 million based on 107 sales, according to Redfin. The median list price for that area is $2.5 million.

Agents: Hugh Evans, (310) 500-1331, and Teresa Petersen Blotky, (310) 500-1329, Partners Trust

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