The Chimmoro Estate, (1926, Roy Seldon Price, Architect) commands a 0.4-acre mid-block lot in the Flats, steps from the Beverly Hills Hotel. An impeccable 21st-century restoration by Tichenor & Thorp blends modern refinement and classical details-from archways and handcrafted ironwork to colorful ceramic tile and ceiling beams. A spacious living area with a fireplace encourages grand gatherings, while the dining room opens through decorative doors to a garden terrace. Sophisticated and serene, the master suite includes a sitting room, an impressive walk-in closet, and a luxurious bath. French doors to a balcony transform the guest suites into tranquil breezy retreats. Other highlights include a fitness room and a wine tasting area with a domed ceiling. The home is surrounded by terra-cotta-tiled patios, quiet courtyards, and a refreshing pool and terrace beneath swaying palms. Meticulously manicured gardens contribute to the ambiance of Prohibition-era California splendor.