Not many houses come with their own detached bar and lounge, but if you resided in this Los Feliz residence in the 1920s you’d find a Tudor pub right next door.
Alan Ladd occupied the house at some point, but the property was most recently owned by actor Josh Hartnett who paid $4.65 million for it four years ago; he sold it this summer for $4.4 million. According to Variety, the buyer was Universal Machine exec producer Lucy Bidwell.
The 1926-built house’s solid historical authenticity is fully realized. The Dutch Colonial-style boasts a façade with a lower section positively carpeted in ivy, as well as black storm shutters and, in a flash of stimulating color, a cardinal red door.
Inside the home, a foyer with a step-up plateau and panoramic wall covering makes for an intriguing opening statement. As the home develops, original or period details flourish; oak plank, leaded windows, and tile. The master bath’s tub alcove is particularly expressive, as is the kitchen’s window seat.
The speak is out back—squirreled away, and you’d have to memorize the password to join the celebrities who once hung out there—and it joins a guest house, a two-car garage, and a koi pond as outstanding features of the estate.
Hartnett stars alongside Jason Statham and Scott Eastwood in the upcoming Cash Truck.