Location: 1032 West Edgeware Road, Los Angeles, California
Year built: 1883
Architect: William R. Norton
Footprint: 3,276 square feet (six bedrooms, four baths)
Lot size: 5,456 square feet
From the agent: "Being the only verified surviving Bunker Hill home in Los Angeles, this extraordinary, 100-percent turnkey stick-style Victorian rivals itself as one of the rarest properties in the entire city. This legacy home began as what would later become the Good Samaritan Hospital and has benefitted from almost 140 years of thoughtful ownership and preservation. Instead of being demolished for new developments, the home was painstakingly moved to two different locations during its storied history, and now sits comfortably in the Angelino Heights Historic Preservation Overlay Zone. Now, at the peak of its care, the property has been entirely customized and restored by the current owner/designer, with the intent to marry the memorable with the modern."
The John Wesley Ellis Residence at 1032 West Edgeware in Los Angeles, California, is currently listed for $2,995,000 by Benjamin Kahle of Deasy Penner Podley (DPP Real Estate).
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