Designated as a Historical Home. It has been added to the Glendale Register of Historic Resources and has been approved as a Mills Act historical property. Upon entering the main level one is struck by the beauty of the wood paneled hall, a detail that is carried through the house with mahogany finishes in several rooms. Open beamed ceilings add to the sense of space and grandeur. The first owner to live in the house was William Irving Converse owner of the well known Horton and Converse Pharmacies. The city views can be seen from various decks and patios and from the multitude of windows throughout the house. The house has three levels with each one featuring a spacious bedroom suite. This is a home to be enjoyed for living and entertaining.