:: The Rose & Otto Emmerick residence :: Architect Arthur Angel, 1938 :: As the development of Leimert Park flourished in the 1920's & 30's, Rose & Otto Emmerick carefully chose 4015 Sutro as the location to build their dream home. For their residence, they retained Arthur Angel to construct a detailed and spacious property in the ever so popular Steinkamp style that was sweeping the area at the time. The grand, vaulted entry features Venetian plaster walls and the step down living room still boasts decorative plaster ceiling moldings, wooden floors, a Mayan clay craft fireplace and a stunning arched stained glass picture window. Each of the 3 large bedrooms retain original texture comb plaster walls and intricate wedding cake moldings, details that have been removed from many similar Los Angeles homes. The breathable layout is incredibly convenient for today's modern living, with the entertaining and utility areas wisely separated from the resting and working areas of the house, and the oversized primary bedroom having ample closet space. Recent upgrades include a newly revamped kitchen, stainless steel appliances, kitchen & entry flooring, new sewer line, HVAC system and more. A bonus room off of the garage is ideal for a separated office, gym or children's playroom. A perfect marriage of modern meets memorable in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Los Angeles.