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SoCal's 'Rare' and 'Magical' Villa Andalusia Wants $8.3M


Well, it looks like right now is the absolute prime time to snap up a SoCal mansion with old school, high society pedigree. First, oil heir William H. Doheny's Bel Air, Calif. manse flounced onto the market, and now this legendary 1931 property in the Los Angeles, Calif. neighborhood of Los Feliz is making its own big debut. Designed by Los Angeles-based architect Paul R. Williams for the wealthy founder of the Olson's Bakery chain, the glorious, 8,545-square-foot Villa Andalusia is on the market for $8.237M. Summed up by the brokerbabble as "Historic, romantic, magical," and "rare" the home opens features a two-story entry with hand-carved beams, six bedrooms, original tile work, and the world's cutest sleeping porch. Outside there's a massive pool, a "restored classic Monterey/Italianate palazzo" and guest house. Have a look:

· Los Feliz's Fabulous 1931 Villa Andalusia Asking $8.3 Million [Curbed LA]
· Los Feliz's Fabulous 1931 Villa Andalusia Asking $8.3 Million [Redfin]
· Legendary William H. Doheny Estate in Bel-Air Wants $45M [Curbed National]