Charles C.L. Leslie Residence, Oliver P. Dennis & Lyman Farwell, Architects c.1910, a photo by Michael Locke on Flickr.
Architects Oliver P. Dennis and Lyman Farwell designed the Queen Anne style mansion for oil executive Charles C. L. Leslie in 1910. (Some sources indicate that Dennis may have originally built the house for himself). The firm was among the city's top architectural offices at the turn of the century, continuing up until the mid-teens, designing the Jans House (HCM# 227) and the Magic Caste (HCM# 406) both in Hollywood. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1974 (No. 129). Located at 767 S. Garland Avenue in the Westlake (MacArthur Park) neighborhood of Los Angeles.
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