Home of the Day: In Los Feliz, an English Revival surrounded by Hollywood history

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This English Revival estate, designed by architect Arthur R. Kelly, sits in Los Feliz’s gated Laughlin Park, an enclave once home to Hollywood legends such as W.C. Fields and silent screen stars Charlie Chaplin and Cecil B.DeMille.

Set behind two gated entrances, the 1920s home retains such vintage details as large casement windows, hardwood floors and detailed molding and trim. Newer amenities include an updated kitchen.

Address: 1920 Laughlin Park Drive, Los Angeles, 90027

Price: $3.649 million

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Built: 1922

Architect: Arthur R. Kelly

Lot size: 38,079 square feet

House size: 4,550 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathroom

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Features: Two gated entrances; gourmet kitchen with professional appliances; hardwood floors; French doors; moldings; fireplace; home office; built-in cabinetry; basement; carriage house; motor court; mature landscape and trees; pool with diving board and spa

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90027 ZIP Code in June was $1.345 million based on 17 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 2.3% decrease in median price compared with June 2015.

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