Amy Davis & Ernie Carswell Offer 105 N. Rossmore Avenue an Updated Wallace Neff Hancock Park Residence
HANCOCK PARK | 4 BEDROOMS | 8,163 SQ. FT.
105 N. ROSSMORE AVE. built in 1960 and inspired by France’s famed Pavillon de Louveciennes, this neoclassical mansion resting on a half-acre parcel of land along the ninth freeway of Wilshire Country Club in Hancock Park offers timeless architecture alongside all the comforts of today.
Designed by noted architect Wallace Neff for Ralph J. Chandler, nephew of Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler, the home was Wallace Neff’s final residential triumph and has since been painstakingly updated by its current owner, former ABC president, Patrick Moran.
“The future buyer for this grand residence will be seeking meticulous architecture of the finest pedigree—a dramatic backdrop for impressive entertaining and private solitaire, behind a gated motor court with a feeling of ultimate security,” says listing agent Ernie Carswell of Douglas Elliman.
What’s more, “As you enter the grand foyer, your breath is taken away by the 30-foot domed ceiling, and intricately carved moldings and pediments found throughout the home,” adds listing agent Amy Davis of Douglas Elliman. Among the newer design elements: landscaping by Art Luna, a gated motor court, and a seven-car garage.
Amy Davis | 970.846.2060 | DRE 01364745
Ernie Carswell | 310.345.7500 | DRE 01111566
List Price $13.65 million
Photographs: Noel Kleinman and Anthony Barcelo