The famed Dorothy Chandler Estate is one the great landmarks of Los Angeles having hosted many fundraisers in its lavishly appointed music room. It has accommodated several U.S. presidents including Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon, and is often referred to as the Western White House. The property is a registered Historic Cultural Monument and a classic example of American/French Beaux Arts architecture. When built, the estate received notoriety for its design by renown architects, J. Martin Haenke, William Dodd, and Julia Morgan of Hearst Castle fame. The interiors underwent a major multiyear restoration, which included hand-made, carved custom cabinetry throughout, 400 year old French limestone floors in kitchen, countless major modern upgrades, set perfectly on a beautifully landscaped oversized corner lot. This is a must see!