John F. Dockwelier sells mid-Wilshire property
In the 1930s, John F. Dockweiler, who served for three terms at the US Congress without County’s district attorney, will sell mid-Wilshire property for $ 1.989 million.
The Spanish-style residence was designed by architect John Byers, built in 1927 and known for its Spanish Colonial Revival style.
The two-storey house, tucked behind high privacy fences, opens into a living room with a fireplace. Arched entrances, custom productions and original parquet floors are among the details of the note. The kitchen has many bench areas.
On the upper floor, the main suite features multiple wardrobes, beamed ceilings and a backyard view. A total of 2,352 square meters of floor plan has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The house sits on a land of about 8,000 square meters and has a swimming pool. Patios fills the lawn and professional landscaping areas. There is also an outdoor shower hidden between the fences.
Real estate records have been sold for 760,000 dollars last seven years ago. Chris Jacobs Beverly Hills of Keller Williams Realty keeps this list.
Source: Los Angeles Times
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