“This five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath traditional was designed by Roy Selden Price, whom David Gebhard and Robert Winter’s “An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles” calls “one of the most gifted of Los Angeles Period Revival architects of the 1920s.” If the Movieland Directory can be believed, it was also the home of Laurence Olivier when he first arrived in Hollywood.” -Curbed LA
8856 APPIAN Way
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Roy Selden Price, Architect. Sited high above Sunset with sweeping views out to Catalina and Santa Monica Bay from every room, this restored and re-interpreted Traditional residence from the 1920s beautifully integrates modernist elements into interwar English Country vernacular.
|Lot Size:||7,650 Sq. Ft.|
|Property Type:||Residential, Single Family|
|View:||City Lights, Mountain, Ocean, Yes|
|Community:||Sunset Strip/Hollywood Hills West|
An unassuming profile at entry belies a sprawling home in the eclectic English Picturesque tradition of the first half of the 1800s. Dramatic Gothic arches unify the entry floor’s public rooms as well as an open mezzanine office above, perfect for the labor of today’s creative class. One flight down are a library, a master suite & two more bedrooms.
Below all is a more fluid, studio/guest apartment space opening to outdoor entertaining areas, as well as a fully equipped screening room. Outdoor bar, entertaining deck and substantial grassy lawn access street level via stairs to the upper garden.
Poliform kitchen and state-of-the art master bath complement historic details & gracious scale.
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