Set on the 8th green of Wilshire Country Club, this majestic Spanish Revival Estate is located on Hancock Parks illustrious South Muirfield Road. One of Los Angeles most iconic homes, this architectural masterpiece was built in 1926 by master architect Roland E. Coate for socialite Eva K. Fudger and later became the private sanctuary of visionary movie mogul and aviation pioneer Howard Hughes. Nestled on a very private lot with stunning golf course views, this 10,179 square-foot half-ellipse estate exudes the timeless charm of past eras while seamlessly incorporating modern luxuries for an elevated contemporary lifestyle. Beyond the gated driveway, a motor court leads to a spacious 3-car garage and workshop. Every element of this captivating home has been meticulously designed, showcasing thoughtful lighting, timeless finishes, and exquisite wall coverings. The chefs kitchen boasts polished brass countertops and a 24-foot kitchen island, opening to a voluminous family room adorned with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. A captivating cobblestone courtyard with an outdoor fireplace serves as the homes striking centerpiece, providing a serene oasis for both relaxation and entertainment. The expansive backyard is a true delight for hosting gatherings, featuring multiple lounge areas, a custom-built stone pizza oven and an inviting swimming pool. Noteworthy features include an intimate screening room, a 2,500-bottle temperature-controlled wine vault, and an attached guest residence with a full kitchen and bath. The propertys landscape design with lush greenery and far-reaching views of the Hollywood Hills and iconic Hollywood sign add to its elegance and allure. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #1123.
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