The Capri, as 660 South Orange Grove Boulevard was originally called, was built in in 1952. There are only 12 units situated on over 1 1/2 acres. Unit B is the largest and was originally occupied by the builder. You enter into a dramatic foyer that leads to a large, open living room with multiple floor to ceiling windows, offering panoramic views. An extensive renovation was performed. The original entrance door was replaced by double asymmetric mahogany doors. Downlighting was added throughout. A modern marble mantle was added in the living room. The hardwood floors were refinished in a light natural color matte finish. A contemporary kitchen, designed by the Italian firm Poggenpohl, was installed with Miele and Liebherr professional quality stainless appliances. Off of the hallway, is a temperature controlled wine room which holds approximately 325 bottles. The three ensuite updated bathrooms were designed by noted Pasadena architect Doug Ewing. A powder room completes the bath count. Gallery quality picture hanging systems were mounted in several rooms and display the owners art collection. In addition, there are two storage rooms. There is also a large attic. In addition there is a private two car garage conveniently located near the unit. Each of the 12 units owns a 1/12th interest in the additional guest parking. This is a unique opportunity to own a large, high end midcentury condominium at a price far more reasonable than new construction offered on the Boulevard.