2325 N. Vermont Avenue 90027
2325 N. Vermont Avenue 90027 Los Feliz USA
Los Angeles Times, 03/18/84, (Ruth Ryron) “Musical Mansions in Los Feliz”.
See article by Anne Kenmore on Los Feliz News, 08/19/78 (now L.A. Independent newspaper)
John Luckenbach buys house from William Mead. (source: short article in Los Angeles Times, Part 5, p. 1)
“One of the finest residences completed in the city during 1914” and planned by Elmer Grey. (Source: Los Angeles Times Real Estate Section 1/3/1915.)
“Mr. Luckenbach was an extensive downtown property owner and president of Luckenbach Jewelry Co.” (Source: History of Hollywood, Edwin Pamer, 1938, p. 254.) ”
John Luckenbach, campaign manager for Mayor Rose, caused saloon keepers and others amenable to police regulation to ‘come through’. Announcement had been made that all campaign expenses had been paid. A ‘surplus’ had been refunded to contributors. Asked to explain, Mr. Luckenbach states that ‘it is none of the public’s business’ but the public wants to know.”
On August 23, 1989, Councilman John Ferraro asked the Cultural Heritage Commission to file a landmark application because the owners were opposed.
2325 Vermont Avenue (value $10,000): 1) Grove C. Fiske, head of household; white married
male 71 years of age; born in Michigan; not working. 2) Ada W. Fiske, wife; white married female 70 years of age; born in Wisconsin; not working. 3) Fred Hutch, servant; white single male 55 years of age; born in Ireland; a gardener in the private home; earns $800. 4) Elizabeth Ludgate, servant; white 67 year old widow; born in Canada; a maid in a private home; earns $500.
Type: Mediterranean Revival Sold
Area: 4489 sqft
Lot Size: 30360 sqft
Year Built: 1915