Ornate, imposing, and luxurious, the Ennis House is as much a sight to behold as the unrivaled view of the city it overlooks. Resembling a Mayan Temple, the property was built from roughly 27,000 concrete blocks in 1924 for clothing store owner Charles Ennis and his wife, Mabel.
Brilliantly proportioned rooms flow effortlessly from one to another.
The approximately 5,500-square-foot estate boasts four bedrooms (including guest apartment over garage), 3½ baths, screening and billiard room, guest house and swimming pool. It is both powerful and remarkably livable.
One of the most iconic and important residential properties in America, the circa 1920s home has appeared in countless movies and television shows, most popularly “Blade Runner” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”
There are only a handful of residential properties in the world as awe-inspiring as The Ennis House.
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