"The cottages are a blend of the fanciful and the curious.
There is a fairy-tale bungalow built by early cinematographer Charles Rosher that has a room said to have been designed for his lover, actress Anna May Wong.
[Marco] Hellman, the banker, brought in three log cabins from the set of the 1923 film The Courtship of Miles Standish. One of them, at 38 Haldeman Road, was the summer retreat of Earl Warren, former governor and Supreme Court justice, during the late ’40s and early ’50s.
'The cabins were brought in from Lake Arrowhead and reassembled using code numbers you can still see on some of the logs,' says Dorothy Cheney, who has lived in one for 40 years…
Dr. Frank McCoy, a ’20s diet king whose nonalcoholic health regimen was popular with movie stars, built a hillside lodge at 35 Haldeman Road. It is unusual for its circular card room and the 128 steps that lead from the street to the front door.
"The bedroom of the McCoys’ (teen-age) daughter is said to have been furnished with Rudolph Valentino’s former bed," says Francie Allen, who lives there with her husband. Allen, an animation artist, uses the room as a studio…"