Created in Hollywood’s golden heyday of 1925—the exuberant era of local legend Will Rogers—the eight and a half sprawling acres in Brentwood’s Sullivan Canyon are a place where time seems to have stood still. There are the same luscious fragrances of orange trees and the same scenes of wildflower-strewn pastures and horse corrals leading to the Santa Monica Mountains. Introduced by a long drive punctuated by towering trees, the rambling California ranch house itself blends the emotional sensibility of Will Rogers and a straight-forward authenticity of the American Farmhouse. A large firelit living room embraces you with comforting warmth, joined by a beamed view-filled dining room and charming country kitchen. The firelit master wing nestles to itself, complemented by two guest bedrooms and a two-bedroom guesthouse. More precious as the decades have passed, the Brentwood estate honors a generation long forgotten—remaining today a unique environment.