Fashion designer Sue Wong lists her latest restoration in Los Feliz

Built in 1928, the Spanish-style hacienda includes a massive custom stained-glass window called "Tree of Life."

Built in 1928, the Spanish-style hacienda includes a pool, cabana and gazebo. (Josh Spooner)

Fashion designer Sue Wong crafts dresses that recall the glitz and glamour of Old Hollywood, and her latest creation in Los Feliz matches the same romantic style. The 1920s villa, which she restored and transformed over the past year, just listed for $6.2 million.

Found near the entrance to Griffith Park, the Spanish-style hacienda isn’t the first Los Feliz home Wong has given a makeover. In 2004, she bought a 10,000-square-foot mansion known as the Cedars, and during a three-year-restoration, brought the estate back to its Golden Age of Hollywood glory.

Wong said she wants her homes to be “temples of healing and renewal, in which the inhabitants can restore themselves in a beautiful environment for the healing of body, mind and spirit.” She designed the Los Feliz listing as a turnkey property, and it

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