This French mansion “cheats” the East Coast more accurately than any other home inside the Zone.
The large entrance foyer (with winding staircase) leads to an impressively sized great room that includes a fireplace and several walls of bookcases.
The elegant dining room leads to two kitchens and a breakfast room. Many of the large bathrooms contain original 1920s tile. There is a bookshelf-lined library/study. A balcony off of the master bedroom overlooks an oversized backyard with a pool and gazebo.
Elmer Gray, the architect who designed this magnificent home, also built the Beverly Wilshire Hotel and the main building at the Huntington.
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