The Stone House is a beautiful bohemian chic home in Mandeville Canyon Park. Original mid-century architect Allen Siple's private residence and masterwork, built from massive redwood beams salvaged from Abbot Kinney's "Venice of America's Ocean Park Pier," is set along a seasonal stream and backs up to the Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy.
The outside area is 6 acres, including three diverse levels of nature and event space. The first level includes an ample brick open space and a gorgeous manicured grass garden. The second level can be dressed for a lounging area and bar. Finally, the third level is a vast open space that backs up against the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains, a perfect setting for a ceremony or tenting.
This filming and photography location in Los Angeles provides a magical wilderness getaway that some could mistake for a lush Japanese landscape. Surrounded by 6 acres of land, this location can accommodate the most high-end of production needs. So book the Stone House for your next filming or high-end photography project.