A historic, Mediterranean-style mansion in Los Angeles’ Los Feliz area is on the market for $4,500,000.

Built in 1922 and rumored to be the first house ever built in the Oaks, the 4,348-square-foot house at 2149 E. Live Oak Drive has another distinction: it was owned by actor Lorenzo Lamas from 1996 until 1999. Lamas had paid $1,795,000 for it in 1996 and sold it in 1999 for $1,910,000, according to public records. Lamas originally had listed the property in late 1998 for $2.5 million, according to a report from that time.

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Public records and some listing information say the mansion has eight bedrooms, while other listing information says it has six bedrooms. Similarly, some listing information says it has five and a half baths, while other listing information states that it has seven and a half baths. Features in the house include terraces off every room, and views of the city and the Griffith Observatory, according to listing information. Other features in the home, which reportedly was remodeled in 1990, include maid’s quarters, and a weight room in the four-car garage, according to previous reports. Other features on the nearly one-acre property include a two-bedroom guest house that has two baths, a pool, a spa, a stream, pathways, apple trees, and fig trees, according to listing information.

This home was listed and sold through Victoria Massengale, Coldwell Banker - Sunset Strip. For more information on her listings please call 310-887-0227.

Check out online listing information—with photos.