Open House: Sunday Sep 20 between 2 PM – 5 PM
1417 Kellam Ave, Angelino Heights
Beds, Baths: 3 BR, 2 BA
Floor Area: 2,767 sq. ft.
Per the Listing:”Historic-Cultural Monument #166. Own a unique piece of Los Angeles history in the Historic Angelino Heights. Two historic structures on a professionally landscaped lot have been painstakingly restored, preserving historic and architectural integrity while incorporating a modern lifestyle using warm contemporary interiors. Craftsman home with an open floor plan featuring a large formal living and dining rooms, and a gourmet chef’s kitchen with professional cook-top. Luxe master suite with spa-like bath. Minutes to Downtown, the studios and Hollywood.”
Longtime Curbed readers may recognize this property, or at least its carriage house, from its previous appearances as a “Rent Check” subject. Last sold in 2008 for a bargain $809,000, the .31-acre compound has also been the subject of a post on the invaluable Big Orange Landmarks. Architect Tracy Stone was responsible for the makeover of its carriage house, the process of which can be seen here.
1417 Kellam Ave [Redfin]