Spanish Colonial Revival style house built in 1930 for John Hunt. The house was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2001 (No. 704). No one seems to know why the residence was awarded the historic designation, however the five-bedroom, four-bath home is reasonably unaltered and has some fine details, including a wrought iron staircase, stained-glass windows, and vintage tile work, complete with a dramatic view of the reservoir. The 4,210 square foot property was last sold in July 2010 at a foreclosure auction for $1.03 million. As of January 2011 it was listed for sale for $1,594,000. Located at 2055 W. Silver Lake Drive in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
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