Sitting on a massive double lot, this revamped 1920s abode is the largest estate in L.A.’s Carthay Circle.

Originally built in 1923, this extraordinary 3,129-square-foot home has been beautifully restored and features four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, as well as a pool and guest house. Tucked behind an expansive wall, the magnificent estate offers an abundance of privacy and sits on a peaceful double lot with over 16,000 square feet. 

Known as the Grand Dame of Carthay Circle, this historic residence is now being listed for $2,950,000. Scroll ahead for a peek inside.

The spacious home is centrally located near the LACMA and The Petersen Automotive Museum, and is only a short walk from the boutique shops and restaurants at The Grove.

The spacious home is centrally located near the LACMA and The Petersen Automotive Museum, and is only a short walk from the boutique shops and restaurants at The Grove. 

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Though the rumor remains neighborhood folklore, the property is nonethless a majestic sight in the coveted historical preservation neighborhood of Carthay.

The historic property is a majestic sight in the coveted neighborhood of Carthay Circle.

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The four-bedroom, three and half bathroom residence is hidden behind an expansive wall, offering its owner much privacy.

The residence is hidden behind an expansive wall, offering its owner plenty of privacy.

Courtesy of Ambiant Light Studios

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