Historic Spanish Colonial Revival Residence in the Heart of Eagle Rock
Coons Residence - Cultural Monument 989. Built in 1928 by R. Stayton Davis for Arthur G. Coons – President of Occidental College 1946-1965. Located on a serene Eagle Rock street, this Spanish Colonial Revival harmonizes exquisite classic features with modern updates. Current Mills Act contract allows new owners significant tax reductions.
Majestic olive tree in courtyard entry imparts a warm greeting to this exceptional home. Two-story main residence with 3+3 retains exquisite vintage features of high beamed ceilings, arched doorways, hardwood flrs, decorative wrought iron fixtures, fireplace, wood casement windows, and French doors. Panoramic southwest views are possible from most windows. Kitchen is elegant yet efficient with marble counters, pantry storage, and hardwood floors. Lower level guest quarter with separate entrance is generous with 1+1, living area, fireplace, and office. Lower level storage room is accessible from lower guest suite and 2-car garage. Sumptuous front garden with mature native plants and cactus was featured on Theodore Payne Native Garden tour. Rear landscape is bucolic and lush with patio, terraces, trees, a variety of colorful plantings such as bougainvillea, climbing roses and winter blooming succulents and potting area. Newer systems include: Spanish tile roof and central a/c..
Staging by Ruby Wendell/DeKor