The Howard Wilson House, 1968 :: Wallace Neff, Architect

The Howard Wilson House, 1968 :: Wallace Neff, Architect

5 Beds 5 Baths 6,376 Sq.Ft.


Recently refurbished with meticulous detail and expense. Not noticeable from the street, behind gates, up a runway like driveway the house is coddled on over two acres of native landscaped hills articulated by Jay Griffith. True to the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture of Southern California the house is available fully furnished with authentic period collectibles. The large scale open floor plan with high ceilings, exposed beams and walls of folding doors open to the veranda overlooking the stately park like grounds. Located off of lower Mandeville Canyon the home consists of five bedrooms total and five bathrooms with ample storage and a large three car garage. The stunning chef's kitchen & family room are adjacent to the large formal dining and living room. A private, romantic master bedroom suite blends with the outdoor terraces. The house is ideal for entertaining offering a serene pool, sun deck, changing room and pool bath completing the scene. The estate evokes a bit of Montecito in Brentwood, embodying a testament to an extraordinary tradition of architecture marked by white-washed stucco, plaster and cement walls, wrought iron, arches, terraces, patios and ornate tile work. There is a second gate access and driveway from Olney Road. "Frequently cast in profound shadow and light, houses that are at once mediations on the past and also abiding evocations of a way of life that is so much of the present." D.J. Waldie, California Romantica.

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2050 Mandeville Canyon Road, Los Angeles 90049


Frank Langen

Frank Langen


Founding Partner

Property Amenities

Total Bedrooms: 5
Full Bathrooms: 5
Area & Lot
Lot Area 2.06 Acres
Living area 6,376 Sq.Ft.
Status Sold
Lease Price $30,000/mo

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