4020 Longridge Avenue
Once home to David Rose, an award-winning Hollywood composer who wrote the music for many very famous TV shows, movies, and other Hollywood productions including Little House on the Prairie, Bonanza, It’s a Great Life, and The Tony Martin Show. the Longridge estate sits on an 34,000 sq.ft. lot with an approximately 5,191 sq. ft. main house with four bedrooms, six bathrooms. Among its assets are a den with an indoor barbeque, a living room with arched performance area, and a large French style country kitchen facing a spacious backyard with large swimming pool, wine room, and several multi-purpose structures.
The most unique feature of the home is the miniature railroad with approximately 950 feet of track that encircles the entire property. It is rumored that it was the actual inspiration for Walt Disney’s personal train collection.
For the past 60+ years the home has played host to many “Old Hollywood” events and parties. Designed by an associate of Paul Williams in 1937, the home has been maintained to a very high standard and still touts many of the original details in craftsmanship.