The history of the western half of the United States is much younger than that of its eastern counterpart by several hundred years, but the State of California still has plenty of opportunities for you to enjoy historical tours and learn more about the lives and lifestyles of the past. The Lanterman Estate in Flintridge is an excellent example of little-known historical treasures with valuable pasts, and a visit to this unique architectural wonder will be enjoyable for your entire family.
The Lanterman House turned 100 years old in 2015, but that's not the most remarkable feature of the property. The construction itself is unique - a fireproof bungalow built of concrete and adorned with a variety of one-of-a-kind decorative and architectural additions, the Lanterman House was constructed as a private residence. It houses a grand ballroom and still has many of the original features, including hand-crafted woodwork, ceiling ornaments, and a large amount of original decor and furnishings.
Plan an outing with your family to the Lanterman House today!
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