Mature live oak trees testify to the long and colorful history of this property. The core of the current rambling craftsman-style house was constructed in 1912 when the land belonged to cowboy star Hoot Gibson. Early additions were made by Hollywood director Vince Sherman, and more recently by architect Fred Rochlin. An unusual raised brick veranda shelters the outdoor promenade to the front door, set away from the street. A stair located at the center of the traditional first floor layout leads to a center upper hall ringed by bedrooms, ancillary sun porches and offices spaces. Within the completely fenced and private grounds is an oval swimming pool set in a brick patio. 5 upstairs bedrooms plus screened porch, sunroom and studio spaces; downstairs maids room; 3.5 baths; 2-car garage.