BRE License 01328260
BRE License 01417673
Visualize living here. An ever so romantic, ever so ideal, primary residence or west coast pied-a-terre. The Chateau Chaumont is a Mills Act-approved property, built in 1928 in the French Revival-style and designed by Kenneth Macdonald Jr., architect of DTLAs' Spring Street Arcade Building and Glendale's Southern Pacific Station. Thoroughly re-imagined while retaining its historic integrity, this grand-scale apartment home offers light-filled spaces, formal dining and incorporates modernist finishes for the most discerning habitues. This three-bedroom, three-bathroom (two ensuite), corner residence is 2,400 square feet and has a large formal living room with ornate, plaster mantle fireplace, a formal dining room, and a 400 square foot, coveted balcony patio. Replete with double-hung windows, the morning sun and treetop views are an added bonus to your day. Updated kitchen and bathrooms, energy-efficient AC systems, and three parking spots. Wonderful hallway entrance, kitchen & bathrooms have been recently upgraded, while split system AC units efficiently cool the home. Expansive storage, cabinets, and voluminous spaces abound. Guest parking also available in rear courtyard. Located moments from Taylor's, the Wiltern, Slurpin' Ramen, and more. Utilized as a filming location; new owners can evaluate that option as an income opportunity.