The Schoolhouse Bell once hung in the original Calabasas School, a one
room Victorian style building with a bell tower, which was constructed in
1890 at 24454 Calabasas Road. Around 1925, a new Spanish Colonial
Revival style structure was built . . . — — Map (db m156909) HM
It wasn't only the hit TV series M*A*S*H that made this place famous. Hundreds of films,TV shows, and commercials have been filmed on location at Malibu Creek State Park. Such dramatic vistas, natural beauty, and versatile open space have beckoned . . . — — Map (db m145620) HM
Now the hub of Santa Monica Mountains National
Recreation Area, the King Gillette Ranch was once
an estate belonging to King Camp Gillette, who
invented the disposable razor blade. Gillette bought
in 1926 and commissioned . . . — — Map (db m191215) HM
This adobe was built by Miguel Leonis in the early 1870's.
The chain of title extends from the King of Spain to the present owners.
Leonis Adobe, 1844 - 1846.
Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 1
by the Cultural Heritage . . . — — Map (db m145585) HM
M*A*S*H, a brilliant blend of drama and comedy — incorporating the universal theme of making do under difficult circumstances — drew a faithful audience that grew every year and landed the show in the pantheon of classic television. . . . — — Map (db m167580) HM
William C. Masson received a land patent in 1904 for 160
acres during the "Homesteading Days” of the early 1900s.
The Masson House was strategically located on Old Topanga
Canyon Road, the only route to Santa Monica, where the
Port of Los . . . — — Map (db m156885) HM
Mulholland road was built in the 1920s "to take Angelinos
from the city to the ocean.” From parkway vista points you
can see panoramas of the city, mountains and beaches, or
hike trails into pockets of wilderness hidden in the . . . — — Map (db m167575) HM
Old Topanga Canyon Road was initially a stagecoach trail forged through
the mountains south of Calabasas and terminating at the beach just north
of Pacific Palisades. The trail became an important link between the San
Fernando Valley and Santa . . . — — Map (db m157237) HM
Designed by the architect Jock Peters, the Park Moderne Fountain is the only remaining fountain constructed as part of the artists colony known as Park Moderne — a residential subdivision created in 1927 with 174 lots. The Art Deco era . . . — — Map (db m156932) HM
Completed in 1984 for Robert Benson, this dwelling was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry in the Deconstructivism style. This architectural style is characterized by its use of unrelated, disharmonious abstract forms, and experimental . . . — — Map (db m156936) HM
The Bird Path is part of the original Park Moderne housing subdivision created in 1927. With long narrow streets named for various birds, the tract was envisioned as an artist colony featuring footpaths, pools, fountains, and a pump house. The Bird . . . — — Map (db m156927) HM
Jerold Lomax, FAIA, designed and built this single family residence for Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Rouse in 1973. The structure is constructed of 40-foot and 25-foot-long glue-laminated wood beams, supported by eight concrete pillars. For the time, this was . . . — — Map (db m156912) HM