Gorgeous Modernist Architecture and a Celebrity Retreat – 2651 Nottingham

The Wong House is a rare piece of Los Angeles modernist architecture at its finest and most exclusive. 2651 Nottingham was designed by Buff and Hensman, a firm that came to define Southern California post-war architecture. Owned once by Scarlet Johannson and Ryan Reynolds, the home has undergone significant restoration, but the stunning downtown to ocean views are as timeless as ever.

2651 Nottingham
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Listing: $4,999,999
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Square Feet: 2,835 
Year Built: 1969
Lot Size: 19,230 sf

Floor to ceiling windows throughout the home look out over the saltwater swimming pool and the Los Feliz Hills below. Views span from Downtown to the ocean.

The house has that ideal indoor/outdoor flow we love so much in LA, creating a relaxing atmosphere if you’re having a summer party or an intimate al fresco dinner with friends.

Buff and Hensmen garnered more than forty A.I.A. awards and were known for their beautifully proportioned spaces and quality materials and workmanship.

Are those Andy Warhols I see? Wood beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and an oversized wood burning fireplace all complete a second living room area.

Three bedrooms, and three bathrooms complete the home. All spacious, bright, and airy.

All of the public rooms lead to the outside deck, the large yard, and the saltwater pool.

Enclosed and private, this exceptional home sits high above Los Feliz boulevard and just below the Griffith Observatory. It’s a can’t-miss one of a kind.

To tour 2651 Nottingham, or find other homes for sale in the area, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Barry Sloane, Heidi Lake and Marc Silver, Sotheby’s International Realty.

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