This historic property has recently undergone a meticulous restoration. Built in the 1890's by Isaac Newton Van Nuys, this 3-story Victorian was moved to its current location in Windsor Square by his son J. Benton Van Nuys in 1915. The luxurious main residence offers 8 Bedrooms and 7.5 baths. The 2 bedroom 1 bath carriage house is located above the spacious garage. A car turntable is set into the driveway. Ornate iron gates and tall hedges surround and privatize the property, providing an escape from the bustling city. A labyrinthine landscape frames the stunning path to the main entry. The traditional floor plan offers a grand salon that seamlessly flows to the library/den and formal living room/sitting room. The dining room is lined with linen-fold paneling & leaded, stained glass windows and is connected to the chef-quality kitchen, which has been fully renovated in keeping with the home's original style. A chef's garden sits just outside. The hidden bar with hand carved walls has a secret door leading to the show-stopping in-ground pool and spa with both covered and sun drenched seating areas. There are 5 bedrooms on the second floor with multiple suites and sizable custom closets. The upper level provides 3 additional bedrooms, 2 baths, and an especially unique living space that doubles as an automated theater with surround sound, a stage with original footlights, a dramatic turret side room & bar. The systems throughout have been thoroughly replaced and/or updated including multi-zone HVAC. This estate's grand-scale and handcrafted details lend a magical quality to this timeless piece of art. Rich in history and reconditioned with great care, this is a rare opportunity to own one of the finest estates in Los Angeles.