Conceived by artist and architect Frederick Monhoff AIA, 3450 Ben Lomond sits tucked away in the the serene Los Feliz Knolls. This circa 1927 home was designed around a central courtyard — which floods the interior with warm California light, turning the home inward for ultimate privacy and cultivating seamless flow between indoors and out. A wood-burning fireplace, outdoor shower and lily pond set the stage for entertaining, dining and enjoying life beneath the So Cal skies. Inside, a dramatic living room epitomizes Monhoff’s signature style with unique ceiling detail, repetition of of doors and windows and a subtly geometric fireplace. Three bedrooms each enjoy views to walled and gated outdoor spaces, with the master bedroom opening via French doors to both the central courtyard and its own private patio. The kitchen and bathrooms have been tastefully and beautifully updated while respecting the original design and charm of the home. The perfect marriage of art-deco design and 1920's California, this magical property offers a private respite from the city just blocks from everything the Village has to offer.