From the moment you pull up to the curb you’ll be captivated by the appeal and old world charm of this Alfred and Arthur Heineman-designed home. Initially constructed in 1913, this beautiful 2,500+ square foot residence features three bedrooms and 2.5 baths – all recently renovated by the famed Barbara Bestor.

The high beamed ceilings and large windows allow natural light to flow in, while also providing for backyard garden views. While keeping many of its original features in-tact, just some of the recent updates here include an open-plan kitchen (with new, state of the art Viking and Miele appliances, and a breakfast bar) – as well as a reconfigured master suite, and newly renovated bathrooms.

The lengthy list of other amenities that you’ll find here include a basement wine cellar, an inglenook fireplace (with built-in seating), an expansive back deck, professional landscaping, and a detached studio in the backyard with a half-bath that could be converted to a private office space. As an added bonus, this home was designated a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument in 2016.

Located at 221 St. Andrews Place – and bordered by Beverly Blvd and Wilton Place – this one-of-a-kind home is currently listed for sale at $2.495M. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.