Walled & Gated 1928 Spanish-Style Home in Outpost Estates | 1836 Outpost Drive

Extraordinary privacy and incredible style await you at this walled and gated property in Hollywood’s Outpost Estates. Built in 1928, the four bedroom beauty was one of the very first homes built in this historic hillside neighborhood.

1836 Outpost Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068

$2,950,000 | 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 3,022 Sq. Ft. | $976 per Sq. Ft. | 9,080 Sq. Ft. Lot | Built in 1928

Situated on a large and flat lot, the home is surrounded by professionally landscaped gardens with a private driveway and plenty of guest parking.

1836 Outpost Drive has had just two owners in the last 92 years, a rather remarkable feat for any home in Los Angeles. The Spanish-style beauty is designer-owned and has been wonderfully restored with great care and concern for its legacy. No expense was spared in its meticulous renovation and thoughtful elaboration.

The grand living room has a lovely working wood-burning fireplace and a coffered ceiling.

The spacious dining room flows to the terraced stone patio.

The great cook’s kitchen features Spanish tiles, stainless steel appliances, a subway tile backsplash, and room for an eat-in breakfast nook.

There’s also plenty of storage space in these nice custom cabinets, perfect for storing fine china and special holiday dinnerware.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a den/office perfect for the at-home exec or business person.

The office also comes with its own en suite bath.

Step upstairs to find an amazing wood beamed cathedral ceiling and a great set of built-in bookcases.

Upstairs is where you’ll also find three large bedrooms including the spacious primary suite.

The primary suite has a built-in dresser, mahogany lined closets, and a glorious private balcony with treetop views.

The en suite primary bath has an Italian-made soaking tub.

In the second, third, and fourth bedrooms there are Spanish wall sconces, casement windows, and hardwood floors.

From nearly every room downstairs is easy outdoor access through French doors to stone courtyards and terraces that are lit by old Spanish lanterns.

The majestic backyard is peaceful and private with lush landscaping, a water fountain, and several spaces to entertain and relax al fresco.

Hiking in Runyon, fine dining, shopping and the Hollywood Bowl are all only just steps away.

1836 Outpost Drive is a romantic and sumptuous offering in one of Hollywood’s most gorgeous and architecturally significant neighborhoods.

I would love to give you a private tour of 1836 Outpost Drive in Outpost Estates. Call me today at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Pamela Norrell, Corcoran Global Living.

Jacqueline Tager | CalBre#: 1476997
jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes | (323) 697-3040
Sotheby’s International Realty – Los Feliz Brokerage
1801 N Hillhurst Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027

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