5012 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027
5012 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Home to actor Nicholas Sousanin at the time of the 1930 US census.
Later home to Kurt Laemmle and his brother Max fled the Nazis, moving to Los Angeles in the early 1930s, where their famous cousin, Carl Laemmle, who had founded Universal Studios, lived.The German-born brothers launched their theater chain in 1938. Nearly 80 years later, the family-owned chain has not only survived but has thrived in an increasingly competitive climate, while retaining its reputation as one of the premier art house theaters in the country. (LA Times, 2014).
C. E. Finkenbinder, architect.
5012 Los Feliz Blvd. (Value: $37,500): 1) Nicholas Sousanin, owner and head of household; 41 year old white married male; married at age 21; born in Russia; parents born in Russia; speaks Russian; to U.S. in 1923, a naturalized citizen; an actor in the motion picture industry. 2) Inge B. Sousanin, wife; 31 year old white married female; married at age 23; born in Russia; parents born in Russia; speaks Russian; to U.S. in 1923, a naturalized citizen; an actress in the motion picture industry. 3) Nikata Sousanin, son; 15 year old single white male; in school; born in Russia; speaks Russian; to U.S. in 1923, a naturalized citizen.
5012 Los Feliz Boulevard (rents for $70): 1) Kurt Laemmle, head of household; white married male 31 years of age; born in Germany; proprietor/manager of a motion picture theater; earns $3,600. 2) Alyse Laemmle, wife; white married female 23 years of age; born in Illinois; not working. 3) Susan E. Laemmle, daughter; white female 5 months of age; born in California.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 1,965 sqft
Lot Size: 9,000 sqft
Year Built: 1922