Via Curbed LA:
Realtor Wesley Earley notes to HuffPost that the 1926 home is built in the French Normandy style (i.e. romanticized French farmhouse) and its gardens match "to capture the country garden feel." There's water, water everywhere in this Hancock Park listing, as the backyard includes Japanese gardens, a koi pond, a waterfall, and a salt water pool and spa. The home is located in Brookside, and Curbed LA notes that it's named for the Arroyo de los Jardines that runs through the enclave.
The three bedroom, two bathroom home has original hardwood floors and an updated master bedroom and kitchen, but the property's landscaping is what steals the show.
Photos by Michael Zent, courtesy of the official listing with Wesley Earley, Prudential CA, Beverly Hills