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Take a look at this historic, five-bedroom Tudor-style home in Kessler Park

Situated in the hills of Kessler Park on Colorado Boulevard, this 1930s Tudor home has historic charm, updated details and a close proximity to the Stevens Park golf course and Bishop Arts District.

At 3,349 square feet, the home has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and one half-bath. There’s also a full apartment above the detached garage, and a backyard complete with a flagstone patio on the 0.24-acre lot.

Listing agent Kay Wood called it a “classic Kessler Park home” with its historic design, original leaded glass windows and slate roof, along with the tree-filled property.

She said current and previous owners of the home have consistently updated the home to keep it fresh while maintaining the original details and architectural style.

The home is two stories, with two bedrooms downstairs and three bedrooms upstairs. At the entryway, there’s a built-in wooden bench adjacent to the front door that gets natural

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Armie Hammer Lists Century-Old Tudor-Style Mansion in L.A.

Earlier this year, Armie Hammer and his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, made headlines when they announced that they had decided to legally separate after 10 years of marriage. It makes sense, then, why the Call Me By Your Name actor and the Bird Bakery owner, who share two children, have hastened to list the 100-year-old Tudor-style mansion they purchased together in February 2019.

According to Variety, it’s currently on the market for $5.8 million. Situated in L.A.’s charming Hancock Park neighborhood, the home spans 6,275 square feet and features seven bedrooms and six bathrooms spread out across three floors. The exterior retains much of its original 1920s charm, with leaded glass windows and red brick exteriors, though the interiors are upgraded and now boast a more modern, neutral-toned aesthetic. 

Set behind tall mature trees and shrubbery, the ultraprivate house opens onto a grand double-height entryway that leads directly into a

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