A quirky Spanish Revival in Los Feliz

The Spanish-Colonial Revival house presents a fanciful facade with arches and odd-angled doors and windows.
(Everett Fenton Gidley)

A.F. Leicht designed quirky Spanish Revival houses in Los Angeles as well as evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson’s landmark Angelus Temple. His interiors often had irregular-shaped or curved walls, rooms or hallways. This Los Feliz villa, with rounded rooms, fancifully shaped living room French doors and elliptical master bathroom, captures his signature style.

Location: 2226 N. New Hampshire Ave., Los Angeles 90027

Asking price: $3.267 million

Previously sold: In 2005 for $2.6 million


Year built: 1923

Architect: A.F. Leicht

House size: Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 4,883 square feet

Lot size: 10,500 square feet

Features: Gated, original bar, three fireplaces, wine cellar, magnesite flooring and bath tiles, swimming pool with spa, turntable garage.

About the area: Last year, 171 single-family homes sold in the 90027 ZIP Code at a median price of $940,000, according to DataQuick. That was a 0.3% price decrease from 2010.

Listing agent: Konstantine Valissarakos, Sotheby’s International Realty, (323) 671-2323

—Lauren Beale


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