Home of the Week: Los Feliz mansion has a feature that’ll leave people in good spirits
A Prohibition-era speak-easy with taps and barrels in place is among the 1920s details at this Spanish Colonial-style mansion in Los Feliz. A grand ballroom and original moldings, tile and stonework retain the vintage vibe.
Location: 2600 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles 90027
Asking price: $5.499 million
Year built: 1926
Architect: Paul Williams
House size: Fourteen bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 10,039 square feet
Lot size: 0.95 acres
Features: Living room, family room, dining room, den/office, library/study, Griffith Observatory and downtown views, circular driveway, on-site parking for up to 30 cars
About the area: Based on 70 transactions, the median price of home sales in Los Feliz in the second quarter was $1.165 million, according to PropertyShark.com. That was a 4% price increase from the first quarter and a 9% jump year over year.
Agents: David Solomon, (424) 400-5905, and Anna Solomon, (424) 400-5903, both with the Agency
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