:: The John C. Hayes Residence, 1895 :: Carefully moved to its current location in 1925 by owner and architect, Charles Lantz, this incredibly rare Victorian is a shining example of the meticulous detail and craftsmanship that went into the early development of Los Angeles :: Astonishingly, over the past 128 years this home has been lovingly cared for and restored, one steward at a time, and is now ready for its next chapter. Classic exterior Folk and Queen Anne Victorian details remain remarkably intact such as a sweeping wrap around porch, an ornamental decorative gable, delicate spindle work and lace like brackets. On the interior, the especially bright property retains the original Douglas Fir floors, 12-foot ceilings, an original parlor and period style lighting. The remodeled kitchen features a vintage Wedgewood stove with an oversized hood and period style cabinetry hardware. The spacious 4 bedroom home offers plenty of space for family, guests and work from home. Previous owner upgraded the properties systems with new electrical & plumbing. Current owner retrofitted the foundation and added drainage, HVAC, installed insulation, a new roof & gutters, re-painted the exterior, replaced 8 windows as well as installed a new hot water heater and solar panels (paid off). Beyond the large, thoughtfully designed and landscaped yard, one benefits from wonderful views of Boyle Heights, the San Gabriel Mountains and Mount Wilson, offering a setting that is perfect for outdoor entertaining. A rare opportunity at a competitive price point.
Updated on March 22, 2023 at 11:31 pm