Homes with a touch in Hollywood history in Los Angeles spread far and wide. Today’s dream home in Glendale, California is a historical 1907 Mission Revival home which was also run as the renowned Casa Verdugo restaurant from 1910-1921. Legendary silent movie director Mack Sennett filmed one of his movies here. Later, the author of Zorro, Johnston McCulley once called this residence his home.

The property has a tunning 50-foot courtyard with cathedral ceilings and Mission emblem sunburst window with picturesque sunset views.

The grand foyer, dining and living rooms gleam with cherry inlaid hardwood floors. The kitchen includes two separately located sinks, Wolf, stove and butler’s pantry with plenty of storage.

The property features high ceilings and French windows throughout that look onto fruit trees and lush landscaping.

The tree-filled property also has a spacious guest house opening onto pergola shaded decks that lead into a beautiful garden and a custom in ground hot water spa. There are two huge basements perfect for a wine cellar, home studio or added storage.

This property is listed for $2.755 million with Dilbeck Real Estate and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.