Feature director Mark Webb recently listed an unusual and curiosity-inducing architectural statement in the labyrinthine streets west of Los Feliz. The helmsman of The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is asking $4.995 million for the 1924-built house, a marvelous bleached-white anachronism containing four bedrooms and four baths, and considerable atmosphere to boot.
The home’s interior living spaces are as blinding as its exterior, with bright white featured with black and gray details and trim for contrast. Built-in bookshelves pop up in the shared spaces, along with a fireplace embellished with a Tudor arch. The kitchen strays eastward, with floating plank shelves and an uncluttered design style.
The home’s outdoor living spaces are as charming. An outdoor staircase, multiple terraces, rooftop decks and patios, and stucco planters all come into view, with all roads leading to the semi-enclosed courtyard. Mature trees border the hilltop property, which boasts splendid views of the city.
Webb’s upcoming projects include Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.