Today, our old chum Craig S. List introduces us to an eye-catching and culturally significant property in Eagle Rock that's now available for rent. Located a few blocks west of the Eagle Rock Recreation Center, the colorful, Swiss chalet-style house was designed and built by early resident Howard Arden Edwards, a "well known local artist and painter of sets for theaters and the movies," according to the Eagle Rock Historical Society. Per the posting, the home's "open floor plan and high ceilings offer loft like living with an old world twist." Square footage is not mentioned, but the ad notes that the property contains a "large landscaped yard with recently constructed deck" and mature trees, a "detached 2-car garage with a top level storage area, and a separate 'doll-house' studio at the top of the property, wired and suitable as an office space or additional storage." Monthly rent for the pet-friendly property is $2,700.
· $2700 Unique opportunity to live in a culturally significant home [Craigslist]
· Happy Camp -- A Mystery [Eagle Rock Historical Society]