Way back in 1926, noted architect Wallace Neff designed an extravagant Los Feliz compound — complete with a main mansion that has been occupied through the years by the likes of Madonna, Jenna Elfman, Katey Sagal and Rachel Sweet
. That Los Pavoreales estate was later subdivided into smaller parcels; and an original piece of that property has just popped up for sale, asking a speck under $3.6 million.
Originally designed as a guest or gardener’s house belonging to the larger compound, the place was destroyed by a fire and completely rebuilt by modernist architect J.A. Murray in the late 1940s. Since updated, the Spanish Revival-style home
features four bedrooms and four baths in 2,834 square feet of living space adorned throughout with the original coved ceilings, arched doorways, and a mix of hand-crafted Mexican Saltillo and blonde hardwood floors.
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