Home of the Week: Craftsman in Beverly Hills
This Craftsman home, set on a roomy three-quarter-acre lot, has the rolled roof edges, deep overhangs and protruding rafter tails characteristic of the style developed by brothers Charles and Henry Greene. Originally built for Packard dealer Earle C. Anthony, the shingle-clad house was moved from Los Angeles to Beverly Hills in the early 1920s by silent-film star Norman Kerry. Inside, the Anthony-Kerry House retains its wood interiors, beamed ceilings and built-ins.
Location: 910 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills 90210
Asking price: $8.995 million
Year built: 1909
Architects: Greene & Greene
House size: Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 4,565 square feet
Lot size: 33,968 square feet
Features: Foyer, oversized living room with fireplace, formal dining room, updated kitchen, office/library, sleeping porch, clinker-brick garden walls, detached garage with living quarters above, swimming pool, mature landscaping
About the area: Last year, 369 single-family homes sold in the 90210 ZIP Code at a median price of $3.425 million, according to DataQuick. That was a 13.2% price increase from 2012.
Agent: Bret Parsons, Aaroe Architectural, (310) 497-5832(310) 497-5832
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