Via Curbed LA: This 7 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom estate on the market in Brentwood Park's Rockingham Rim is listed at a whopping $10.695 million. The home was designed in 1926 by Reginald D. Johnson, who created architectural masterpieces like the Santa Barbara Biltmore hotel, Baldwin Hills' Village Green, the California Institute of Technology, and UCLA's Chancellor's House. The Spanish Colonial house sits on 1.28 private acres that feature gardens, a pool, and a courtyard. With details like a formal dining room, a library and a grand staircase, this 5,633 square foot estate evokes a sense of old world elegance and provides a sanctuary from the world outside its gates.
Photos by Michael McCreary, courtesy of the official listing with Mary Young of Prudential California Realty.