Charles Lummis walked across the country and gained a following before becoming the editor of the Los Angeles Times. He hand built his house from 1897- the 1910s. It is spectacular and is mostly original. The grounds need some TLC weeding but you can imagine what it once must have been. Open for free through the City Parks Dept - should charge for the tour to help offset some expenses. The docent Christian was very knowledgeable and made the experience with his vast knowledge of the man and the property.
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