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Spellbinding 1930s Storybook Tudor Revival in Los Feliz Hills

Old Hollywood glamour and timeless Tudor Revival magic are on full display in this gorgeous Los Feliz Hills home. Built in 1934 by F. Scott Crowhurst, the house is an architectural gem like something out of a storybook fairytale. In fact, the architect was also behind the design of the Walt Disney Estate on Woking Way. The two homes are actually less than half a mile away from one another.

3827 Carnavon Way
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Asking Price: $2,195,000

Beds: 3
Baths: 3
Square Feet: 2,455
Lot Size: 7,979 sf.
Year Built: 1934

School Districts: Franklin Avenue Elementary School and Thomas Starr King Middle School

Enter through the enchanting red door and into a bewitching living room with an arched wood beamed ceiling, a wonderful fireplace, and a picture window to enjoy the view.

The home maintains many original elements including detailed archways, handcrafted plaster frescos, mahogany peg and groove floors, and wrought iron railings.

The grand formal dining room is simply exquisite.

The dining room leads to a charming private patio. It’s the perfect spot to start your day with a cup of coffee and the morning paper.

Back inside, find a dreamy chef’s kitchen.

The kitchen has been artfully remodeled. Highlights include a stainless steel six burner stove, marble countertops, a deep farm house sink, and a floating island with eat-in seating. Notice the laundry/mud room just off the kitchen.

The sweeping staircase provides plenty of space to display only your best artwork or family photos.

You will find two lovely and alluring bedrooms upstairs including this master suite.

Both bedrooms enjoy city, garden and mountain views. After all, Griffith Park is just a stone’s throw away from your front door.

The master bath is quite a beauty, immaculately restored in a timeless and pristine manner.

Back downstairs you will find a warm and inviting den with a classic brick fireplace and built-in bookcases.

The den is a great spot for lounging with friends and family.

The third bedroom can also be found on the main level.

And another simple yet elegant 3/4 bath.

The den leads out to the jaw-dropping backyard with a herringbone brick patio surrounded by lush landscaping, mature gardens, and a wisteria-draped pergola, cascading fountain and waterfall, and a vegetable garden. There also may be room for a pool.

The exceptional indoor-outdoor entertaining flow is perfect for the consummate host and hostesses. 3827 Carnavon Way is an enthralling and exceptional property in a fantastic Los Feliz Hills location. If you are looking to be dazzled by a sparking home with decades of Hollywood history you won’t want to miss it.

If you would like to view 3827 Carnavon Way or find other Los Feliz and Hollywood Hills homes for sale, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of George & Eileen Moreno, Keller Williams Realty Los Feliz.

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