Open House: Sunday, March 8, 2015 between 1 PM – 4 PM
2012 South Victoria Ave., Mid-City
Beds, Baths: 6 beds, 4 baths
Floor Area: 4,224 sq. ft.
Per the Listing: “Trophy landmark with tax savings (Mills Act)! Rare intact 1909 Arts & Crafts home, L. A. Historic Cultural Monument No. 1044. This spacious, sophisticated residence is in move-in condition after a substantial restoration and updating. Extraordinary oak trim, wainscoting and paneling, beamed ceilings, oak and maple flooring, original light fixtures, stained & leaded glass, and signed murals throughout. This home also offers modern livability and functionality, located on an 80 X 145 lot on single family zoned block in Wellington Square, a stable, desirable and quiet neighborhood in the heart of L. A. Elegant dining room, living room with one-of-a-kind clinker brick fireplace, and library/music room w/ built-in bookcases (leaded glass doors fully restored) and classical scenes in murals above. Upgrades inc. new HVAC, new period style kitchen, security system, and new irrigation, landscaping and gating. Oversized garages, storage room and gazebo.”
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #1044, this unique residence was designed and built by businessman George Haight, whose family helped develop San Francisco, and later owned by actress Ruby Dandridge (mother of Dorothy Dandridge) and thus is known as the Haight-Dandridge House. The .27-acre property last sold in April 2013 for $700,000, a little more than half of what it’s asking today.