At 110 years old, the classic single-story property that is located at 1235 North Louise Street in Glendale has an interesting and varied past. Initially one of the finest restaurants in the LA region, “Casa Verdugo” offered a romantic venue to dine for most of its years, and was a go-to destination for visitors from all around the globe.
Now a stunning 5-bedroom 3-bath residence, the property has also served as the home to the Zorro author, Johnston McCulley, as well as made its movie debut by appearing in a piece from the famous silent film director Mack Sennet.
The home features a breath taking grand foyer upon entry, with a light, bright feel in every room. In the spacious kitchen you’ll find plenty of cabinet space, as well as a myriad of top-of-the-line appliances.
All of the large bedrooms feature high ceilings that are met with finely crafted crown molding. The master suite offers an attached on-suite with an oversized therapeutic jet tub, shower, a double sink vanity, and even a crystal chandelier.
There are a number of truly unique features and amenities that you’ll find in the home, including its beautiful 50-foot courtyard, and a relaxing in-ground spa. There is also a covered porch that spans the length of the front of the main house.
In addition to the mission revival style main residence, there is a detached guest house on the property, as well, which can easily be used for visitors or a secluded office space that offers quiet and privacy.
This home is being offered for sale at $2.8 million. Private tours can be arranged for interested buyers.