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Built in 1914, the architectural stunner offers authentic details such as shingled siding, stone façades and a low-pitched gable roof with overhanging beams.
The laid-back living room features a brick wood-burning fireplace, custom bookcases, and several oversized picture windows that let in lots of natural light.
The recently renovated chef’s kitchen has Carrera marble countertops, a spacious center island, and a breakfast nook with built-in seating.
Each of the home’s three bedrooms is outfitted with French doors that open to the garden, as well as an en suite bathroom.
The property also includes a detached guesthouse, complete with hardwood floors and a kitchenette.
Meanwhile, the beautifully manicured backyard boasts a paver stone patio and lounge deck, perfect for entertaining guests outdoors in the sunny Los Angeles weather. No wonder Mol—who scored a cool $1.9M for the place—got well over her original asking price.