George A. Sullivan, Architect. House in the Mediterranean Revival Style, 1928. Built during the apex of the European Revival movement that defined Los Angeles architecture at the time, Sullivan’s design is a carefully detailed and expressive example of the period. Here, the scale and proportion of the public rooms and sleeping quarters are highly relevant to today’s lifestyle. Offered for the first time in over 50 years, and virtually untarnished since original construction, the residence incorporates 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, grand living room, formal dining room, wood-paneled family room, hand-painted breakfast room, sun porch, full-tile kitchen, and butler’s pantry; all accessed from a grand cathedral-like entry with curved stairway, loggia, and original stained-glass panels. The rear grounds include a pool-sized yard with fruit trees, flowers, fishpond, and two-car garage with attached chauffeur’s quarters with bath.