The Colonial House, built in 1930, is located on a coveted historic block of Havenhurst in prime West Hollywood just below the Sunset Strip. Designed by architect Leland Bryant who also created Harper House, Savoy Plaza and Sunset Tower. The Colonial House has long been a home to celebrities. Some early Hollywood residents have included Bette Davis, Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Carol Lombard, Myrna Loy, Eddie Cantor, William Powell, Norma Talmadge and Joan Blondell. In recent years pop singer Katie Perry purchased a residence, continuing the building's legacy for being a home for stars.
The Colonial House offers 21 residences on 6 floors with one, two and three bedroom plans ranging from just under 700 square feet up to 2,500 square feet. The units offer outstanding period detail like arched hallways, custom built in cabinets, wrought iron work, french windows and high ceilings. This one of a kind historic building also benefits from Mills Act tax savings.
This exceptional vintage character building boasts a doorman, gorgeous lobbies, black bottom pool, library & lovely gardens.