This one-story country home was originally designed by Los Angeles architect Gerald Colcord in the mid-1930's incorporating country stone and rustic woodwork. This project was done in two phases: the first was constructing a full second story and a complete first story remodel with screening room. The second phase was the dining room and service bedrooms.
The stonework in the foreground is a Fort Hill addition incorporating the original Colcord style of stonework and design. Landscaping by Bryan Spangle.
The master bedroom was greatly increased in size from the original, incorporating the attic into an open antique truss beam system.