Tucked away amid some of the largest, most stately historic properties in Los Angeles is this 1920's handsome Mediterranean 3,188 square foot home on 10,700 square foot lot in Country Club Park. The picturesque neighborhood played a key role in desegregation in the 1940's with notable early residents including Marvin Gaye, Mahalia Jackson, Lena Horne, Lou Rawls and Hattie McDaniel. Today there is a strong sense of community among it's residents who abide by Historic Preservation Overlay Zone guidelines. The house comes with meticulously preserved Batchelder fireplace, hardwood floors, double-hung windows, a California basement and an upstairs terrace overlooking the backyard large enough to fit your jam band. The spacious grounds offer a covered patio, detached 2-car garage accessed through motorized gate and a grand oak tree that someone decades ago thoughtfully planted in the far corner to provide a perfect canopy of shade for outdoor entertaining and play. Virtual Tour available. Listed by Imraan Ali, Compass.