Designed and built in 1930 by architect Gene Verge, who built, among other properties, the original Buster Keaton residence in Beverly Hills. Over the years this Spanish Colonial Revival has been home to significant families who contributed to the history of Los Angeles. Sited on storied Aberdeen Avenue, this park estate is on an almost half-acre lot with gardens, a great lawn, and surrounded by high, dense hedges for complete privacy. This elegant home features classic elements updated and fully outfitted with the modern amenities and conveniences of today. Each room is warm and inviting. Comprised of three levels, the first level flows perfectly from entertaining rooms to more intimate conversation spaces.The front entrance opens to a large formal entry hall with glass doors on one side leading to the gardens and lawn. The curved staircase to the second floor features the primary suite with a private patio and three generous bedroom suites. So much more and must be seen to appreciate.