Lyrically sited among heritage oaks and sycamores, off of Bel-Air's Stone Canyon Road, this model-size traditional English country house is the perfect pied-a-terre. Designed by Beaux Arts Award-winning architect Robert Finkelhor for himself in the 1930s, while he supervised the construction of his notable nearby homes, the two bedroom cottage exudes all of the character and detail of a grand estate on a much smaller scale. A recently completed restoration has elevated every finish in a curated European minimalist style. The kitchen with vast vaulted ceiling features Miele appliances and custom cabinetry topped in honed Carrera marble. Vintage wainscot and glass paneled built-ins lend character to the dining room, with seating for six. The inglenook fireplace with wainscot and elegant brass surround establishes the living room, with half-timber ceiling and refinished original wood floors, as the heart of the home. It fills with natural light from the leaded glass windows on the front and, to the back, French doors which lead to a generous brick patio, landscaped lawn, and upper terrace for entertaining. The light and bright spacious primary suite opens to the patio, and has a full bath with original built-ins and waterworks fixtures, while the guest bedroom features a refurbished Victorian parlor-style fireplace. There is a dedicated laundry room with full size washer and dryer, while storage abounds in the one car garage. Professionally landscaped, this luxurious well-appointed cottage, tucked away from the city's bustle, yet moments from the Hotel Bel Air, is a study in luxury, serenity and authenticity. Available partially furnished or unfurnished. By-Appointment.