Ernest and Florence Bent Halstead House and Grounds

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Ernest and Florence Bent Halstead House and Grounds
4200GlenalbynDrive Front.jpg
The Bent-Halstead House
Location 4200 Glenalbyn Drive, Los Angeles
Built 1912
Architectural style(s) American Craftsman
Owner Private
Designated November 4, 1988
Reference No. 394

The Ernest and Florence Bent Halstead House is an American Craftsman style home built in 1912 in Los Angeles, California.

History[edit]

Built in 1912, the Bent-Halstead House was designed by the firm of Eager & Eager for Ernest Bent. It was later owned by Bent's sister, Florence Bent-Halstead. The house features a floor plan similar to a Ranch-style house, far ahead of its time.[1]

The Bent brothers' construction company built the Devil's Gate Dam in the Arroyo Seco in Pasadena, California, and the Sweetwater Dam in San Diego County, California.

Formal Living Room and Inglenook
Master Bedroom Suite
Breakfast Room/Sushi Bar
Original Koi Pond

Historic-Cultural Monument[edit]

The Ernest and Florence Bent Halstead House and Grounds is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, declared Monument #394 on November 4, 1988. It had been nominated by Charles J. Fisher and the Highland Park Heritage Trust.[2]

The house is located at 4200 Glenalbyn Drive in Mt. Washington, Los Angeles, and is currently owned by Jonathan A. Wright and James Eric Womack. The house is occasionally used for special events and period film shoots and photo sessions.

Pool, Spa, Fountains and Koi Pond Added 2006
Koi Pond Wall Fountain
Koi Pond Addition
Period Addition

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