If this Hancock Park condo looks more European than Californian, that’s because it’s in a 1927 building designed by Leland Bryant. The architect created hundreds of elegant revival-style apartments buildings—many with French chateau-style facades—in and around West Hollywood in the ’20s and ’30s.
Though this one-bedroom, one-bath has been touched up, it still retains its vintage glamour, most noticeably thanks to the intricate moldings. The building itself, Country Club Manor, is beautiful, too. Located next to the posh Wilshire Country Club, its lobby features stained glass and leaded windows and a grand fireplace.
Last sold in June 2016 for $550,000, the 651-square-foot unit is now asking $699,000.
- 316 N Rossmore Avenue Unit 403 [Eric Scot / Teles Properties]