In case you missed it, the LA Times reported last week the impeccably renovated historic Windsor Square Craftsman of actor and producer David Arquette sold for $8.342 million. Reportedly, Arquette bought the house in 2014 for $7.15 million.
Built in 1909, the Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument is named for its original owner, lawyer and former dean of the California Bar Henry O’Melveny. It originally was constructed on Wilshire Boulevard in what is now Koreatown and moved to its current spot on three-quarters of an acre in 1930 by the O’Melveny family.
The residence, designed by Sumner Hunt of Hunt, Eager & Burns, [architects of the nearby Ebell of Los Angeles] has been meticulously restored and features handcrafted mahogany doors, painted and beamed ceilings and six wood-burning fireplaces, reported the LA Times.