Jonah Wilson is thrilled to present Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 1027. Available for a monthly rent of $14,500, the 1930s Spanish colonial villa was once the longtime residence of civic reformer and Los Angeles County Supervisor John Anson Ford, who was pivotal in establishing both LACMA and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
Hidden by vine-covered gates on a 5,995-square-foot-lot, prepare to be instantly transported into the original adobe courtyard of a luxurious yet authentic Spanish hacienda.
Meticulously restored with classic period details prominent throughout, the five-bed, six-bath home boasts a double height living room with vaulted ceilings with stenciled wood beams, a striking stained glass window, a fireplace, and two pairs of French doors.
Entertaining is a dream in The John Anson Ford house and the hosting options are endless.
Dine in the exquisite, recently updated “old-world” style kitchen or dine alfresco on one of the multiple romantic outdoor patios and beautifully landscaped courtyard while city light views illuminate the space.
There’s even a redwood barrel sauna and outdoor sauna.
Other standout features include the vintage tile bathrooms, its own speakeasy, and a plush home theater with a disappearing screen.
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