Italian Period Revival Estate, with Prairie School influences, boasts spectacular views and magnificently appointed rooms as intended when constructed in 1922. Originally built by Percy Thomas Martin, who owned a large butter, egg, and poultry ranch in Los Angeles, also known as, "poultry man" and "rancher." By 1920, Mr. Martin had become a pioneer Los Angeles contractor and developer. It is said Florence Avenue was named in memory of his wife in 1920. This beautifully remodeled 1922 classic estate offers 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, with a bonus In-law suite. An expansive landscaped yard provides endless opportunities to host and entertain guests on a grand scale. Residents' benefit from the property's proximity to Metro, freeways (405,90,10), coastal beaches, downtown, Culver City, and the LAX Airport. Presently, several major economic development projects are under way, to include, public transportation, retail shops, and the new Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District.