Originally built as the “wintering” home of a wealthy businessman in the early 1900s, this 49-acre Hollywood estate is the last remaining intact example of this pastime.
three-acre modified Mission Revival residence with extensive grounds
features a Japanese Garden, an Italian Rose Garden, a Formal Spanish
Garden, Palm Court, and orchards, as well as boasting exotic plants
from around the world.
The interior of
the home, the terraced formal gardens and the sloping front yard and
rose gardens provide a beautiful backdrop for weddings and receptions
as well as corporate events and other private functions. Guests
experience a glimpse into a vanished era and rental revenues provide
the funding for ongoing restoration and renovation and ensure that the
residence will remain one of Los Angeles’ premier cultural showplaces.