House Hunters Cry Foul in Arbitration

LA Times
March 5, 2012

As Los Angeles came of age in the 20th century, a stately Windsor Square mansion served as a command post for the city’s most powerful couple. Today, the city-designated historic-cultural monument is the focus of an unseemly dispute involving two house hunters who claim they were swindled into buying the compound for more than $8 million, only to find that it was “rotten to the core,” according to arbitration documents.

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