Built in 1927 by entertainment mogul Jules Stein, the 4th home to be built on the lake. In 1935 it passed to a Los Angeles family for 20+ years & then to Hollywood elite Watson Webb, a Vanderbilt heir who dubbed it “Hilltop” as it was reminiscent of the Vanderbilt Hilltop mansion. For 40 years it was the second home of his A-list celebrity friends, including a private guest cottage for Marilyn Monroe, dubbed “Happy Hut”. The property provides solitude in a 4-season environment & feels a world away, while only 1.5 hours from LA and the coast – literally the best of both worlds. All the activities you would expect are here water skiing, snow skiing, hiking, biking, equestrian trails, shopping the list is long. Large enough to comfortably host multiple families. Featuring 16th century front doors, an enormous fireplace from a French hunting lodge, historic trellis from Golden State Park, 4 boat docks in Winter Harbor & many other features you need to experience to appreciate.