Rumored to have been built in the late 1800’s by infamous OG real estate speculator “Lucky’ Baldwin. Relocated in the Cahuenga Pass during Hollywood’s Golden Era, this lucky house is perfectly sited on 1/3 of an acre of park like grounds. Stroll past the flowering hedge, under the shadey pine to a private and gated portico entry. A tall mantled fire place centers the generous living room and adjacent piano salon. French doors to the inlaid brick veranda make this a perfect space for entertaining. Classic finishes throughout include coffered ceilings, bead board walls, decorative moldings and stained glass windows. The stunning vintage light fixtures and moody paint palette have been carefully chosen by designer Raquel Allegra. Prepare to be wowed! The spacious formal dining room features a wrap around plate shelf. The farmhouse kitchen with walk in pantry opens to a cascading waterfall and rolling lawns. The master suite is complete with ample closet space, light filled sitting room and spacious deck. The second bedroom is quite sizable with attached “treehouse” sunroom. A 2 car garage with carriage house are hidden at the end of the long driveway. Close to major studios and some of the best restaurants/nightlife that Hollywood has to offer.