Nestled in the Los Feliz Oaks, the Taggart House was the first significant home designed and built by architect Lloyd Wright. This early 20th century icon has been impeccably restored, with just the right amount of modern conveniences. A dramatic two-story living room with custom art glass windows and cozy fireplace sits below a loft-like dining room, with warm wood detailing artfully preserved throughout. The residence offers three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a Bulthaup kitchen, an office/additional bedroom, plus sun room. The indoor spaces were designed to transition seamlessly with the tranquil pool/spa, outdoor gardens, lawn, and terraces for California indoor/outdoor living at its best. Situated in a truly magical spot on 1/4+ acre of land, the house offers incredible City/downtown, canyon, and Griffith Park Observatory views. A true escape from the City, but with easy access to Hollywood, Downtown, and local neighborhood shops and restaurants, with Griffith Park and Trails Café just a short stroll away. Light and space are harmonious throughout this very “livable” architectural treasure, City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #521.