Welcome to Casa Folly! Be part of the exclusive community of Mount Angelus in the hip city of Highland Park. This Spanish style house was designed by architects Green and Hageman. It offers a lot of features and character. From an amazing private courtyard that is surrounded by well-tendered and mature trees, to the fireplace. It also has ample space for the most amazing gatherings. The dining room offers great views of DTLA while the living room offers a relaxing environment next to the cozy fireplace in winter or with an afternoon breeze in the summer. The main bathroom has the original Malibu tile work that makes it a living testimony of the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture from the 1920s and part of Southern California's history. Local artists and artisans have called this place home at some point in their life, either by staying here or by leaving a mark of their talent and work throughout the house and property. As an example are the large metal sculptures in front of the house that was created by sculptor James Croak. The small mural that covers the walls of the skylight in the kitchen was done by muralist Bunnie Reiss. With a newly reinforced foundation, plumbing work, new central heating, and air conditioning plus many more restored areas throughout the house, Casa Folly is ready to be enjoyed for many more years to come. Dare to dream by owning this fantastic home.
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