5200 W. Linwood Drive 90027
5200 W. Linwood Drive 90027 Los Feliz USA
Gordon B. Kaufmann, architect.
This Gothic Norman home with steeply pitched shingled rooflines and tower was an inspiration of one of the most important architects of the early 20th century, Gordon B. Kaufmann, who also designed the Hoover Dam, the LA Times building, Greystone Manor in Beverly Hills, Santa Anita Horse Race Park,and the Adophe Menjou residence in Los Feliz. Its first owner was Dr. Isaac Jones, a well respected otolaryngologist. (Donald Seligman)
5200 Linwood Drive (Value $13,000): 1) Dr. Isaac H. Jones, head of household; white married male 60 years of age; born in Pennsylvania; ENT doctor in private practice. 2) Emile A. Jones, wife; white married female 47 years of age; born in Illinois; not working.
5200 Linwood Drive–REAR (rents for $60): 1) Nettie King; head of household; Negro single female 47 years of age; born in Texas; housekeeper/maid in a private family; earns $864. 2) Flora Lincoln, partner; Negro single female 50 years of age; born in Louisiana; housekeeper/ maid in a private family; earns $864.
Type: French Normandy Sold
Area: 4,866 sqft
Lot Size: 18,300 sqft
Year Built: 1933