Historic Glendale house doubles as a ‘Westworld’ set
There’s not really a doctor in the house, but this historic French cottage and guesthouse in Glenoaks Canyon has been used as Dr. Robert Ford’s spot for secreting a robot family in the HBO series “Westworld.”
Listed for $1.94 million, this is only the third time since 1929 that the Crowell-Saylor House has been available. The home, listed on the Glendale Historic Registry, has been restored in keeping with the original construction. Rich wood ceilings, doors and built-ins blend with updated features.
The compound has a main house and guest house for a total of five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,550 square feet of living space.
Large ash, liquid amber and live oak trees dot the nearly half-acre property.
The character of Dr. Ford, who is the park director at Westworld, is played by actor Anthony Hopkins.
Stacy Saylor of Vastree Real Estate is the listing agent.
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