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Mammoth Craftsman finds a buyer in Hollywood Hills for $12.1 million

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The 1913 Craftsman takes in city and ocean views from its hillside perch.
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Artemesia, known for being one of the largest Arts and Crafts houses in America, has sold in the Hollywood Hills for $12.1 million.

The 1913 Craftsman, which underwent an extensive renovation completed in 2016, measures in at 13,290 square feet of living space. The mahogany-walled entry opens to spacious interiors containing a 2,000-square-foot ballroom, a dining room that can seat 40 and a 1,200-square-foot master suite sitting room.

A solarium, a billiard room, a breakfast room, a den/office and six fireplaces are among other features. There are nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms including the guest/carriage house.

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The 1.8 acres of park-like grounds have mature trees, a stream bed, a waterfall, pathways and a swimming pool.

The property previously sold in 1999 for $180,000.

Ernie Carswell and Christopher Pickett of Douglas Elliman of California were the listing agents. Barry Dane of Keller Williams represented the buyer.

lauren.beale2@latimes.com

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