For the first time in nearly 15 years (and only the third time in more than 60), the landmark residence that is known as the B.A.G. Fuller house – which was designed by Ralph C. Flewelling in the early 1930s – is being offered for sale.
Also known as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 846, this unique home provides plenty of space, given its more than 2,600 square feet of interior, with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths.
There are a number of distinctive attributes and amenities here, including both marble and hardwood flooring, as well as three fireplaces, and even a rooftop deck that provides some impeccable views of the city below. The French doors and steel casement windows are just some of the home’s other noteworthy features.
The exterior of the property offers a detached parking garage with room for numerous vehicles, and a private and shaded brick patio. Ownership of this home also comes with a coveted High Tower Elevator Association membership (which includes elevator access). As an added benefit, the property has been designated as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and subsequently the property taxes are quite low.
This beautiful property, which is located at 6887 Alta Loma Terrace in the Hollywood Heights area, is currently being offered at just shy of $1.75M. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.