This Colonial estate has quite the past, and not just because it was once the home of legendary musician Smokey Robinson. Originally built in 1882 in downtown Los Angeles, it was moved to its current Encino location in the 1920s. Beyond the manicured front hedges, the home’s elegant façade features grand columns, shuttered windows, and a balcony.

Inside, many exquisite details remain, including original moldings and wainscoting. There’s a formal dining room with French doors that open onto a terrace, a living room with a fireplace, a window-lined sunroom, and an expansive kitchen with a breakfast bar and dining nook. Even the powder room has a fireplace and tufted ceiling. There are five bedrooms, including the master suite, which has a double-door entry, a sitting room with a fireplace, a sauna, and a veranda overlooking the grounds. There’s also a screening room, a wine tasting area, and a gym. The 1.5-acre property is a serene oasis with meandering stone paths, manicured gardens, a pool, a guesthouse, and a covered dining pavilion.