Sia only lived in the property for a year before putting it on the market in the spring. But what a place!
The 1924 Mediterranean is described in the listing as a masterpiece and enchanting. Designed by Angelus Temple architect A.F. Leicht, known for his fanciful designs, the home features ornate accents, wood carvings, stained-glass murals and elaborately shaped ceilings.
The centerpiece living room contains a sunken sun room with cityscape views. A formal entry, a dining room, a den, a billiards room, a library/study, five bedrooms and five bathrooms are within the 5,000 square feet of living space.
The place is gorgeous.