Built in 1928 this Spanish gem is a superb example of old world charm. With Andalusian character throughout the house and grounds – from the private front courtyard to the Moorish arches and hand textured walls. With a line of celebrity legacy including Song writer Arthur Freed who wrote “Singing in the Rain” when he owned this treasure. From the oversized living room w/ exposed wood trusses to the large picture window, there are period details at every turn. The main house features 3 bed 2 bath with a permitted 1 bed 1 bath guest house. The large kitchen has been remodeled with all of today’s standards including a large center island & stainless-steel appliances. There is even a quaint bar room great for entertaining. A large dinning room with a period built-in cabinet for formal parties. Set back off the street this completely private Beverly Hills home feels more like a mini compound. The backyard features mature fruit trees & a long drive way that leads to the detached guest house.