The wow-factor property is a gorgeous architectural and historical home that was originally created for the Chandler family of LA Times fame. It is celebrated architect Wallace Neff’s last residential triumph, located on the 9th fairway of the Wilshire Country Club in Hancock Park.  See: World’s best homes – tour the globe’s most magnificent houses Timeless neoclassic design joins contemporary austere styling, with majestic fluted columns creating an opulent facade with a roof line balustrade as well as creating  a sumptuous outdoor terrace area. The estate’s innate grandeur is further meticulously preserved with original hand-carved crown moldings, a marble portico, an awe-inspiring foyer, 30 ceilings, herringbone wood floors and heritage tiling. The mansion was inspired by Louis XV’s Chateau de Louveciennes and, as such, the door and window fixtures were imported from Paris. There are colourful works of art displayed throughout the home, from sculptures in the reception to bold prints in the dining room that complement the exquisite printed wallpaper. The luxury bathroom is a masterclass in marble, and the modern kitchen is ultra-elegant yet modern. Recently installed new design elements echo Neff’s original vision yet bring current technology and comforts to the forefront.  See: Bathroom ideas – stylish decor ideas for all bathrooms The home boasts four bathrooms and four bedrooms, which boast sophisticated wall panelling. See: Bedroom ideas – designs and inspiration for beautiful bedrooms The relaxing receptions and lounge rooms, meanwhile, are light-filled yet sumptuous, with one space boasting a deep green hue reminiscent of a private members’ club.

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This rare and beautiful residence also boasts landscape design by Art Luna, a gated motor court and seven-car garage, and captivating views. The home is listed for sale with Douglas Elliman (opens in new tab).

Who is Patrick Moran?

Patrick is a creative executive who was once president of ABC Studios.  He oversaw creative and production of a host of hit series, including Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, and  American Housewife. See: Inside this chic Malibu beach house, once home to Judy Garland