Sherwood House, Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #1026
Built: 1929 Declared: 02/05/2013
This 1929 two-story, L-shaped residence in Hollywood is an example of the Tudor Revival Style. The subject building was designed by architect Charles M. Hutchison, who also designed the now demolished Don Lee Cadillac building. The house features a steeply pitched, multi-gabled roof and hand-toweled stucco finish as well as a weather vane designed as a harness racer which sits atop the roof’s front hipped gable.