3240 N. Lowry Road 90027
3240 N. Lowry Road 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
3240 Lowry was the home in 1930 of Director/Writer Ray Enright. Born in 1896 in Indiana, En-right began first working as a writer and film editor in silent comedies for Charlie Chaplin and Mack Sennett. His first directing venture was in a “Rin Tin Tin” movie in 1927. Over time he became known for breezy comedies that turned into action films, and later for westerns. When he retired in 1952, he had directed over 70 films.
David F. Pickin, architect. 1656 N. Serrano.
3240 Lowry Road (Rents for $65 per month): 1) Ray A. Enright, renter and head of household; 30 year old white married male; married at age 22; born in Indiana; parents born in Northern Ireland; an actor in motion pictures. 2) Veral Enright, wife; 26 year white married female; married at age 17; born in English Canada; father born in Virginia, mother in England; a clerk in a dry goods store. 3) Viviene Leslie, sister-in-law; 29 year old white single female; born in Washington; father born in Virginia, mother in England; a telephone operator. 4) Ellen M. Larson, servant; 46 year old white female widow; married at age 31; born in Sweden; parents born in Sweden; speaks Swedish; to US in 1914, a resident alien; general housework in a private family.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Bed Rooms: 4
Area: 1,664 sqft
Year Built: 1923