A 1937 home, designed by architect William J. Gage—who designed the iconic Beverly Hills City Hall, is currently for sale. Bruce Walker of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills is the listing agent.
The home was recently featured in Curbed.
The subject property qualifies as historic, according to the Beverly Hills Community Development Department Historic Preservation Overview. Shortly after the completion of the Beverly Hills City Hall, architect William J. Gage was hired to independently design the home in 1937.
Some of the architectural details include: Colonial broken pediment door surrounds, full-facade porch with square based columns, original wood windows, parquet wood entry floor, classic staircase and original moldings. Total of 6 bedrooms, 5 baths plus large family room. Approximately 5000 square feet of living space. French doors open out to a huge usable back yard with pool, patio areas, gardens, 3-car garage and lush backyard surrounded with mature trees and landscaping. Sited on an over ½ acre lot of usable space.
William J. Gage, the Beverly Hills-based architect, began his career in partnership with Harry G. Koerner, with whom he designed the iconic Beverly Hills City Hall in1932. Gage is included in the Beverly Hills list of Master Architects.