Il Borghese, built in 1929 and designed by architect Charles Gault, is a historic Spanish Courtyard building in the Hancock Park adjacent area of Los Angeles on the border of West Hollywood. Featured in the movies Mulholland Drive and The Truth about Cats & Dogs, this building exhibits old world charm and an fine example of Spanish architecture. Through a gated entry you will find a gorgeous lush garden courtyard featuring a pond, fountain and fireplace. Rumor has it that Shirley Temple lived here, Erroll Flynn partied here, Ann Margaret visited her publicist here and Lionel Richie found his current wife here.
Il Borghese Condominiums offers 23 units on 2 floors with one and two bedroom plans ranging from 600 square feet up to over 1,400 square feet. The residences feature exquisite details throughout including multiple archways, french windows, crown moldings, hardwood floors and detailed wall treatments. The bathrooms feature original tile work and some feature large soaking tubs. These units boast a pride of ownership not often found in condominium buildings.
Amenities include controlled access and parking.