David Arquette Buys Windsor Square Estate
October 1, 2014 § Leave a comment
David Arquette just closed on a historic Windsor Square estate for $7.15 million as reported by Variety. The home was originally built for attorney Henry O’Melveny by renowned architect Sumner Hunt at Hunt, Eager & Burns in 1908. The English Craftsman style estate has been restored and is now a registered Los Angeles Cultural Monument.
There are eight bedrooms and 6 1/2 bathrooms in its estimated 9,708 square feet including a study, a sun room, a basement with wine cellar and a fully finished attic space converted to a multi-purpose entertainment area.
The lot size is 32,400 square feet and its outdoor living areas include an fireplace, a koi pond and an ozone-filtered pool with a swim lane.
Windsor Square is the most coveted neighborhood within Hancock Park, one of LA’s distinguished historic districts. It dates back to 1796 when it was under Spanish rule, according to the Windsor Square Association, and encompasses the area of the City of Los Angeles between Wilshire and Beverly, Arden, Bronson and Van Ness.