LOS FELIZ—The infamous Los Feliz murder mansion is back on the real estate market. The owner of the property, attorney Lisa Bloom, is asking $3.5 million in cash or hard money for the property. The mansion is located on 2475 Glendower Place and gained notoriety for the murder-suicide that occurred back in 1959.
The Spanish-style mansion is perched on top of a hill with a vast view of Los Angeles. The neighborhood is home to many celebrities and Hollywood elites. The 5,050 square foot home contains five bedrooms, and three and a half bathrooms. The mansion which was built back in 1925, features a resplendent entrance that leads into a step-down living room overlooking the scenery. The mansion has its own ballroom located on the third floor, a kitchen designed for entertaining, a formal dining area, and its own library/study. The mansion’s garage can hold up to three cars at street level plus an additional two-car garage is located at the end of the driveway.
The house is undergoing a remodel and the ideal buyer would be someone with a vision for the Los Feliz mansion. The property’s interior has been stripped to the studs and most of the floors have been removed. This property does not qualify for financing but, seller financing might be available.
In 1959, the owner of 2475 Glendower Place, Dr. Harold Perelson bludgeoned his wife Lillian Perelson with a ball peen hammer and left her to asphyxiate on her own blood. While their three children slept, Harold then attempted to bludgeon their eldest daughter, 18-year-old Judye, who escaped. Dr. Harold Perelson took his own life by consuming two doses of nembutal and 31 small pills believed to be powerful tranquilizers. It is still unknown what Perelson’s motive was behind the murder-suicide.
Paranormal investigators captured EVP’s of disembodied screams and other voices asking for “help.” Neighbors have reported seeing people reside within the home during its vacant years where is was quarantined off from the public.
The Los Feliz murder mansion was the inspiration for the “American Horror Story” first season which focused on the ‘Murder House.’