223 South BUNDY Drive
Los Angeles (City), California, United States

Amenities

Garage.

Appliances

Cook Top Range, Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave Oven, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer.

Exterior features

Patio.

Description

Spanish Colonial Revival Gem designed by Milton R Sutton in 1929. Rumored to be the very first house in the neighborhood, 223 South Bundy is characterized by original peg and groove oak hardwood floors, charming archways, wooden beams, coved ceil-ings, and hand carved corbels. Enter from the front porch and walkway with antique pavers from a Southern France farmhouse. The house has 3 bedrooms upstairs plus a maid's room downstairs. The kitchen has been reimagined over the years with hand-made tiles imported from France. Off the back of the house is a spacious enclosed redwood porch, perfect for indoor/outdoor entertaining. The property, which was originally surrounded by Orange Groves when built, has a lovely grassy backyard with wonderful citrus trees.

Presented by

Pacific Union International Inc.

Pacific Union International Inc. - Southern California

Location

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