Explore This! Known as “the castle on the hill”, Artemesia is a spectacular private estate situated on nearly two acres of secluded forest in upscale Hollywood Hills. The 13,290 square foot residence is the largest Arts and Crafts-style home in the world. Built in 1913, the property underwent major renovations over the past 25 years to modernize, restore, and preserve the home to its natural beauty and grandeur. The meticulously restored interior reflects an extravagant Tudor-revival with Mahogany paneling, coffered ceilings, stained glass skylights, and ornately carved woodwork throughout. Highlights of the property include an oversized gourmet kitchen, amazing ocean views, six massive Batchelder tile fireplaces, an outdoor sleeping porch with five Murphy beds, a dining room that seats 40 guests, and the second largest built-in pipe organ in the country.
To learn more about this opulent Craftsman estate, visit Artemesia.
The Artemesia mansion makes an appearance as the setting for ESPN’s newest ad. The star-studded commercial, called “It’s Playoff Time”, is a campaign aimed at starting a new New Year’s Eve tradition: celebrating with College Football Playoff semi-finals. The creatives at ESPN and Wieden + Kennedy New York reworked the lyrics to famous holiday song “Auld Lang Syne” and brought in an all-star cast, including Jimmy Kimmel, Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong, Kelly Rowland, and Josh Duhamel. The elegant details of Artemesia’s great room make for the perfect setting for this festive commercial.
Interested in featuring your Matterport Space on our blog? Email us at email@example.com.