Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 464, Fargo House. This historic home was built by the Fargo family in the Arts and Crafts style, reminiscent of the work of Greene and Greene, within an enclave of artists who had settled around the Arroyo in Garvanza when it was still largely open space. William Lees Judson's famous studio across the street continues to produce fine stained glass. The house is surrounded by majestic oak trees in a neighborhood boasting significant buildings from the early 20th century. Here's the perfect opportunity to restore an iconic building for the next generation to love and enjoy. The neighborhood's quiet seclusion and the natural beauty of the tree canopy and the Arroyo are features certain to draw you in. Come and see for yourself what your imagination and creativity can conjure for this home that is just waiting for its next chapter to be written.