1841 S Wilton Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90019
Welcome to the Ives House by noted Historic West Adams architect Frank Milton Tyler. An exemplary example of Arts & Crafts architecture at its finest. A true trophy property. Along with being a starring attraction on the Angelus Vista Home Tour, it has been on camera so much it should have its own IMDB page. Enter past the keyhole picket fencing and you will find privacy in the city. An arroyo stone columned front porch with Corinthian capitals beckons you to the generous 232 sq ft front porch. Through the massive Tiger Oak front door with original hammered hardware you enter the foyer and public rooms with numerous original period details such as leaded glass, bow and bay windows, pocket doors, built-in bookcase, lighting, box beam ceilings and period stained wood work such as picture and plate rails. Upstairs there are 4 generous bedrooms, one with a west-facing balcony to enjoy your sunsets, that share a stunning main bath with period tile and clawfoot tub. The large walk-in basement and accessible attic could allow for future expansion. Off to the recording studio of 560 sq ft. An A+ facility built by Peter Grueneisen of Studio Bau:ton, it includes a state of the art isolation booth and sound lock. When you are done recording step out to the incredible outdoor area with bar and TV to celebrate! Live. Work. Play. Welcome to paradise in the city.