The Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion

Rodeo Realty agents Joe Babajian and Brad Downs, both of the company’s Beverly Hills office, made a splash today on Huffington Post and Curbed LA.
The agents are co-listing a landmark historic home designed and owned by quite the historic figure in Los Angeles.
L.A. Historic Cultural Monument #660, otherwise known as the Alfred F. Rosenheim mansion, is located in the Country Club Park area of Los Angeles.
Listed for $4.5 million, the 10,440 square foot, six bedroom, five bathroom home has a three-story main house plus a grand ballroom (formerly a chapel) that’s currently used as a recording studio. It sits on almost an acre of land.
The house has Tiffany stained glass windows, Tiffany light fixtures, Tiffany leaded glass display cases, and a museum-quality set of Tiffany glass doors.
Additional features include wood paneling, wood floors, six vintage tile fireplaces, and beamed ceilings, among other touches.
The formal dining room features antique gold and silver leaf hand painted ceilings. And a large solarium overlooks the private grounds. The property’s web site is:
Architect Alfred Rosenheim, known for designing Los Angeles monuments such as downtown’s Hellman Building, the Hamburger Department Store, and the Eugene W. Britt House, designed this as a home for himself in the early 1900s, according to the Huffington Post and Curbed LA.
To contact Joe Babajian, call (310) 623-8800 or visit his web site at: Brad Downs can be reached at (310) 435-3225.
(Photo credit: Cameron Carothers Photography)