This imposing Colonial Revival on South Harvard Boulevard was built in either 1905 or 1910 for Dr. Wesley Beckett, a chairman of the trustees of the Los Angeles County Medical Association and member of the board of trustees at USC.
The once-grand, six-bedroom, four-bath home is currently being used as a ‘standing set’ for filming as it is uninhabitable.
In addition to its film jobs, the unoccupied residence has successfully filled the role of “haunted mansion” in an “interactive horror play” called Delusion: The Blood Rite.
WHAT: The Historic Beckett Mansion
WHEN: Day viewing
WHERE: South Harvard Boulevard | Los Angeles, CA
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