This historic California home is famous for its architecture and it is one of the largest Craftsman houses ever built. The 13,290 square foot residence sits on nearly two acres of secluded forest in the upscale Hollywood Hills. Built in 1913, the property underwent major renovations over the past 25 years to modernize, restore, and preserve the home to its natural beauty and grandeur. Visitors today can marvel at the extravagant Tudor-revival with Mahogany paneling, coffered ceilings, stained glass skylights, and ornately carved woodwork throughout. Highlights of the property include an oversized gourmet kitchen, amazing ocean views, six massive Batchelder tile fireplaces, an outdoor sleeping porch with five Murphy beds, a dining room that seats 40 guests, and the second largest built-in pipe organ in the country.