Arthur H. Stibolt, Architect. The Hunter Residence, 1929. Built at the apex of the European revival period in Los Angeles, this imposing and largely unadulterated example of Tudor architecture is offered for the first time since 1950. The main level is anchored by a grand, open-beamed living room with an adjoining lounge featuring original stained glass. A master suite and three family bedrooms with two guest bathrooms are housed on the upper level and provide direct access to the grounds that occupy a street-to-street lot with exceptional potential. The lower level provides maid’s quarters and an exciting, oversized family room with fireplace. Exquisitely maintained over the years with recent upgrades to major systems, the residence includes a formal dining room, breakfast room, kitchen with adjacent butler’s pantry, laundry room, elevator and a two-car garage with direct access.