Graystone Manor (La Canada-Flintridge, California) (Video)

La Canada-Flintridge, California’s Graystone Manor was originally built in 1937, but in 1971, Disney theme park designer Robert F. McDonnell and his family started remodeling it and kept touching it up throughout the decades until it was sold in 2012 for $1.4 million.
McDonnell was the senior designer for Disney and wanted to “create the house “in the storybook style that has entertained millions of visitors at the Disney parks.”
Graystone sits on a quarter of an acre of land and has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, stained glass, wrought iron hardware, two-car garage, and “an English Pub style wet bar with custom carvings all around.”


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