The estate of Maestro Carlo Spiga in Woodland Hills was recently listed by Matt Schroeder. Spiga was the founder of the Los Angeles Pops and was one of the first Pop orchestras in the country. It was recently featured in the Woodland Hills Patch.
Spiga toured around the world conducting orchestras but made his home in Los Angeles. His house was designed for entertaining and he built the villa to accommodate private concerts and rehearsals. The spectacular Spanish/Med private gated compound is on an over 30,000 square foot lot and has views the valley and the Santa Monica Mountains.
The property includes a second detached 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with balconies, granite counters, marble floors, central air and heat, gas fireplace and an attached two- car garage. Attached to this home is a 1 bed/1bath private cottage with a brick patio, BBQ, wood fireplace, ceramic floors and private garden.
The four-bedroom main house has a great room with a cathedral ceiling, wet bar, marble fireplace, family room, dining room, central air, Italian ceramic tiles &and marble floors. Outside there is a stamped concrete patio, pool and spa with waterfall, built-in BBQ with refrigerator and a covered breezeway which leads to a 880 sq. ft. tiled floor cabana with central heat/air, maple cabinets and granite counters in the kitchen and a full bath. Check out the complete listing here.