Ron de Salvo, an affiliate agent with the Beverly Hills North office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, has listed the property for $36,000,000. Located at 255 Ladera Dr. in Los Angeles, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom, three-partial-bathroom and approximately 7,877-square-foot home was designed in 1925 by architect Sumner Hunt and recently restored by designer Thomas Beeton.
“This extraordinary and romantic estate has sprawling grounds, magical pathways, towering trees, specimen gardens and an original greenhouse,” said de Salvo.
Showcasing iron gates and a long private drive, the home encompasses a large entry hall with coffered ceiling, living room with a stone fireplace, dining room, office, family room with a fireplace, chef’s kitchen, garden terraces and a glass-enclosed conservatory with outdoor living room and fireplace. Upstairs, the master bedroom offers a sitting area and double bathrooms. Other highlights include two guest cottages, a two-story pool pavilion with a fireplace, lap pool, five-car garage, additional parking for 20 cars and separate gym.
To view the home, click here or contact Ron de Salvo at 310-560-9388 or email@example.com.
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