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Eclectic 1927 Mediterranean in Griffith Park asks $2.5 million

This beautiful old home needs a bit of restoration Located a little past the Fern Dell Drive entrance to Griffith Park, this five-bedroom, four-bath Mediterranean Revival was designed in 1927 by Swiss-born architect Edward Voellmy. The three-story residence has undergone a number of alterations since being built, some of them rather unfortunate. Nevertheless, the home still retains a fair amount of striking original features, including vibrantly painted tile, wrought-iron grilles and sconces, carved archways and built-ins, expansive windows, elaborately detailed doors, coffered ceilings, and grand fireplaces.
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