Flipping Out

Written by Wendy Bowman

The Los Feliz property that TV reality star/designer Jeff Lewis renovated extensively on Bravo’s Flipping Out now is on the market for $3.295 million, listed by Jackie Smith of The Agency. Situated at 1946 N. Gramercy Place—on a one-third acre promontory offering breathtaking city views—the gated 1930s traditional was designed by renowned architect Wallace Neff and features almost 4,000 square feet of beautifully preserved and updated living space replete with wood flooring, leaded glass windows and wood-paneled ceilings. Among the highlights are three bedrooms (including a master suite with skyline views, a showroom closet, and opulent bath with marble herringbone floors, a stand-alone tub and steam shower for two); a living room with a sitting area and wet bar; gourmet chef’s kitchen with a marble slab breakfast bar and access to an outdoor dining area; an adjacent formal dining room with hand-cut marble flooring and French doors that open to reveal downtown views; and a den featuring exposed wood beam ceilings and a massive fireplace. Outdoors, one will find numerous entertaining areas including a sprawling front terrace, tiered backyard with a pool and spa, kitchen and fire pit. 



6Photography Courtesy of Leonard Ross

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