David Arquette Lists English Craftsman Estate for $8.4M
The historic Hancock Park home was originally built in 1908 and sits on an 0.7-acre lot in the heart of Los Angeles.
David Arquette is parting ways with his English craftsman estate.
The actor's 1908 home, nestled in the heart of Los Angeles' Hancock Park, is listed for $8.49 million.
Dubbed the "O'Melveny house," Arquette purchased the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 9,708-square-foot estate, which sits on 0.7 acres in desirable and historic Hancock Park, in August 2014 for $7.1 million. Originally built by architects Hunt, Eager & Burns two miles south of its now-present location, the home was transported by horses to its current site by then-owner Henry O’Melveny in the early 20th century.
Still maintaining its original charm, the single family home has been restored throughout, including a pristinely white and marble kitchen, renovated bathrooms and hardwood floors spanning nearly every room in the house.
Entertaining spaces include a formal living room, study, library and formal dining room in addition to the grandiose backyard, which beholds numerous landscaped lawns, a covered patio, a meditation pond and an outdoor fireplace next to a turquoise pool and spa.
Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland is the listing agent. See photos, courtesy of Open House, below.