Lovingly cherished by one family for decades, this exquisitely detailed home near Brand Park in Glendale was designed in 1930 by noted architect Gene Verge, whose residences included Buster Keaton's spectacular 1926 Mediterranean manor in Beverly Hills. Previously, two-time Glendale Mayor William Howard Peters and his family resided there for over 20 years. Surrounded by trees, including a mature healthy oak believed to be one of the oldest in the San Fernando Valley. Dual chimneys, multiple gables and a side porte cochere drive set the tone. In the foyer, high mahogany wainscoting sets off a stunning wrought iron staircase and the first of many stained/leaded glass windows. The grand living room has a 48-pane window, mahogany floral crown moldings and a carved limestone fireplace surround. A large diamond-paned bay window and hand-carved ceiling accent the paneled dining room. A den with fireplace opens to the yard. A wide bay window floods the kitchen with light. Two of the three upper level bedrooms overlook the yard. The master has a walk-in closet and dressing room; a second master features a balcony. The sprawling 27,666 square foot lot includes a pool/spa and covered barbecue area. A true find, ready to delight its new owners for decades to come.