2550 N. Aberdeen Avenue 90027
2550 N. Aberdeen Avenue 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Henry M. Greene, architect
House built for the mother-in-law of Earle C. Anthony and designed by one of the Craftsman style Greene & Greene brothers. Doug and Eunice Goodan (grandson of Harry Chandler) purchased the house in 1949 after marrying. Goodan wrote “A Lifetime in Los Feliz” for summer 1991 Los Feliz Observer. His grandfather Harry Chandler was one of the first settlers, and Goodan has lived in Los Feliz all his life. He was the owner of Hoover Realtors in the 1970s and 1980s. (Source: Douglas Goodan, numerous interviews, in the 1990s, Diane Kanner, 1989.)
2550 North Aberdeen Avenue (Value: $30,000): 1) Kate A. Kelly, owner and head of household; 67 year old white female widow; born in California; father born in Nova Scotia, mother in Ireland; not working. 2) Jennie Macken, sister; 69 year old white single female; born in California; not working. 3) Inez Rutherford, servant; 31 year old single white female; born in North Carolina; parents born in North Carolina; a servant in a private family. (18th ED, page 15B, lines 65-67).
2550 Aberdeen Avenue: 1) Douglas Goodan, head of household; white married male 27 years of age; born in California; works 48 hours a week as store executive in retail home furnishings. 2) Eunice E. Goodan, wife; white married female 24 years of age; born ion California; not working. (ED 66-372; Page 74; Lines 25-26).
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 5,510 sqft
Lot Size: n/a sqft
Year Built: 1927