Be a part of Los Angeles history. The magnificent Wesley W. Beckett Mansion, Los Angeles City historical cultural monument #117, is now available.
Designed by architect John C. Austin (Los Angeles City Hall, The Shrine Auditorium, and Griffith Observatory) for Dr. Beckett, a USC Board of Trustees member at the time, the home was built in 1910 in the wonderful West Adams Heights/Sugar Hill District. This neoclassical revival beauty boasts 6 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms within 5415sf & sits on 23,558sf of very usable land. The main home is 2 stories with an amazing basement living area and full stand up attic area. You have likely seen this home & enjoyed its amazing architecture without even knowing it.
This home has been featured in countless articles, music videos, commercials, tv productions, movie productions, & on site events – the Chainsmokers “Paris” video, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss “Please Read the Letter” video, Criminal Minds, & Twentieth Century Women with Annette Bening.
Courtesy of REMAX Estate Properties