The Jacobson Residence, Historic-Cultural Monument 674, in the coveted Los Feliz hills above the bustling boulevard awaits its next discerning steward. The home was designed by renowned architect Edward Fickett and completed in 1966, and this is a unique opportunity to own the only Fickett-designed home in the heart of Los Feliz. From the street, the home is entirely private. Once inside the gate, stone pathways wind through the tranquil property. The architectural open living plan seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor spaces with its large wraparound decks and an inviting interior atrium, creating a harmonious retreat that celebrates the essence of midcentury design. Sweeping views of Los Angeles bring luxury to a warm and peaceful living area. The upgraded kitchen and bathrooms reflect contemporary elegance, while custom-designed light fixtures and clerestory windows fill the home with abundant natural light. The warmth of walnut paneling, beamed ceilings, and brick accents adds to the home's character. The first level of the home also includes a dedicated office space, while the three bedrooms are secluded one floor below. The spacious owner's suite is flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows and a sleek fireplace to match one on the floor above. Outside, a sparkling pool and entertaining terrace complete a spacious leisure area. A separate guesthouse offers versatile space for visitors or creative pursuits. Located in one of Los Feliz's most sought-after neighborhoods, the Jacobson Residence is a piece of Los Angeles history offering its new owner pride and splendor as a comfortable and design-forward home with a pedigree.