This stately neoclassical mansion with columns stands out from the typical colonial architecture that is so popular in Los Angeles and the surrounding area. The house was built in 1960 by outstanding architect Wallace Neff, who took inspiration from the French chateau and elements of Greek architecture for this work. So, huge white columns of the Ionic order adorn the front entrance of the building. The interiors were decorated to match the appearance – in an elegant classic style with rich wall decor and sophisticated furniture. Majestic home!
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