The fantastic villa you have the opportunity to see was built back in 1922, is the work of Lewis L. Bradbury, Jr., son of mining magnate Lewis L. Bradbury, Sr. and takes a breathtaking view of the Pacific. A residence built in Spanish colonial style is now offered for sale at a price of $12 million. A spacious villa was designed by famous Santa Monica architect John W. Buyers, and built of double-layered brickwork and laid on solid concrete foundations.
Bradbury residence was the first significant house built of brick brick and is, as such, very important for positioning Bayer’s reputation as a specialist for the resurrection of the Spanish colonial style in architecture.
The property has a unique form of Latin letter U from Bredburi’s desire that the house resembles a model of the 16th-century residence, the El Greco house in Toledo, Spain. To create a homage to a unique Spanish landscape, around 20 different styles of decorative art tiles have been implemented inside the house and in the yard, to remind the replica of the famous El Greco yard.
The house is practically located in 4 plots, one on which the residence itself is located, an area with a swimming pool, as well as two free plots that are located across the street.
The key feature of the house is that it spans two floors with a huge entrance, a large living room with high ceilings and a huge kitchen with oak cabinets. It is also worth mentioning that this house was proclaimed a historic monument by the city of Los Angeles in 1994.