From the moment you step onto this property, you'll recognize a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The first time on the market since 1960, this 1915 home is the quintessential Southern California Foothills Estate. Perfectly located within 26 miles of Downtown LA, in the sought-after City of Glendora, the location is close enough for commuting and far enough away for a quiet, suburban lifestyle. Native, mature Englemann Oaks shade the expansive 26,647 Sq Ft lot and 3,500 Sq Ft neo-colonial home. Ascending the wide brick stairs, you will enter a sprawling living room through a massive front door. The living room with tall ceilings and beam construction, features an oversized fireplace, built-in bookshelf, French doors, and vintage board and batten walls. A large, bright dining room compliments the openness of the main living space. Continuing through the dining room leads to the large, open kitchen, which is a blank canvas for the lucky future owners of this property to reimagine a modern design. A laundry room with an attached full-bath connects the kitchen to the backyard access. Above the laundry room is a studio with a separate exterior stairway entrance, perfect for guests or a flex-space. On the backside of the living room is a den which used to be an outside patio and was converted into additional interior space. The western wing of the house contains the remaining four bedrooms and three bathrooms, all full-baths. All bedrooms are comfortably sized with ample closet space. The hallway is lined with additional storage and the stairs leading to the upstairs bedroom with en suite bath. Beyond the two walk-in closets at the end of upstairs bedroom, is a door leading to the standing-height attic lit during the day by dormer windows. To say the attic-space is large is an understatement. It is rare to find a property in Southern California with such a feature. The outside grounds are open and full of potential. Three separate, shaded, and sweeping lawns provide the property with a private park-like atmosphere. The unused space west of the three-car garage is larger than the entire backyard of most So-Cal properties, which is only a small fraction of the lot. The circular driveway can hold a dozen vehicles if needed. On days with good visibility, one can view downtown LA looking west. This is a property you simply need to experience in person to fully grasp its uniqueness and value.