Home of the Day: 1930s John Byers design in Hollywood Hills West

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By Bonnie McCarthy

Mature oak and fruit trees dot the half-acre grounds that surround this charming two-story Traditional in the Hollywood Hills West. Designed by architect John Byers and recently restored, the 1930s home retains such character details as wide-plank wood floors, wainscoting and delicate crown molding. Sets of French doors open onto various patios and covered porches for indoor-outdoor living.

Address: 1809 N. Stanley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046

Price: $4.875 million

Built: 1934

Architect: John Byers

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Lot size: 29,000 square feet

House size: 3,750 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

Features: Covered front porch, formal entry, wide-plank wood floors, custom molding, formal dining room, kitchen with breakfast nook with Dutch door, French doors, soaking tub, sunroom, updated plumbing and electric systems, new roof and foundation, fruit trees

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90046 ZIP Code in May was $1.27 million, based on 23 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 21.5% decrease in median price compared with May 2015.

Agents: Barry Gray, (323) 822-3200, Deasy/Penner & Partners

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