Perfect for a wedding with up to 100 guests. Located in the Koreatown area on a quiet residential street with plenty of free street parking. The house was built in 1913 by famous architect Rosenthal whose own residence was next door and is now known from the TV series American Horror Story and it was later a nun's convent for fifty years; the house is 7,000+ square feet with a huge grand staircase and entryway. There's a beautiful formal living room with gold leaf details, chandelier and French doors that open to a wrap-around outdoor porch, expanding the space even more. The large outdoor porch wraps around the whole front of the house and is great for entertaining. There's a library with fireplace, also with French doors opening out onto the porch. A large formal dining room, butler pantry for staging catering right off the dining room, and a large kitchen with double oven is perfect for hosting a wedding party. Upstairs two beautiful, large bedrooms are available for wardrobe changes and escape room for the hosts/family members. Outdoors there is an enclosed side yard, large front yard and a flagstone patio with fountain area in back. There are tons of possibilities for using the space to entertain.
Don't see an amenity you're looking for? Ask the host, Portia
Guests may cancel their Booking until 30 days before the event start time and will receive a full refund (including all Fees) of their Booking Price. Guests may cancel their Booking between 30 days and 7 days before the event start time and receive a 50% refund (excluding Fees) of their Booking Price. Cancellations submitted less than 7 days before the Event start time are not refundable. Learn more
Ryan M. booked a production for 40 people
Amazing location! Very easy to work with Portia/Jon, and thankful for their assistant with our shoot. Great location, plenty of space.